For people sensitive to gluten eating enough fiber can be tough, which does not make a body happy. A diet lacking in fiber can spell problems for the digestive system since it relies on fiber to "stay regular." That's not all: fiber reduces your risk of breast cancer, treats belly bloat, and helps you feel fuller, longer. Being gluten-free might make foods like whole wheat, rye, and barley off-limits, but it doesn't mean you can't get fiber the natural way. Keep reading to learn about some of the best gluten-free sources available and how to cook with them.
Fiber-Rich Foods For a Gluten-Free Diet
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