The Importance of Fiber

The Importance of Fiber

Marsha Hebert

Welcome to the month of March! March is National Nutrition Month, and Eat For Life By Marsha is bringing you some inspiring cooking and baking ideas focused on different essential nutrients. We will be sharing information about the health benefits that these nutrients bring all throughout the month. 

We also create gluten-free and dairy-free recipes with options for grain-free, keto, paleo, vegans, and vegetarians. Whoever you are and whatever your eating preferences, Eat for Life By Marsha has got you! To continue learning about nutrition, today we are going to focus on.. FIBER!! 

So why is fiber so important?

According to the Harvard School of Public Health, fiber appears to reduce the risk of developing various conditions, including;

  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Diverticular disease
  • Constipation

You can find out more about calcium at the Harvard School of Public Health - 

They also note that eating a high intake of dietary fiber has been linked to a lower risk of heart disease in many large studies. 

Fiber is found in many everyday whole foods, including the recipes have on our site, from pastries, breads, soups, breakfast, lunch, and dinner we have all you need for some healthy, fiber-rich, and easy recipe inspiration from Marsha’s kitchen to yours!

Eat For Life By Marsha is your place for always delicious, nutritious, gluten-free, and dairy-free recipes, cookbooks, magazines, and more. Keep up with us on our social channels to stay up to date on what Marsha’s cooking or baking!

Follow us on instagram @eatforlifebymarsha to keep up with our nutritious, always delicious, gluten and dairy free recipes! And sign up to our newsletter to receive the latest recipes, exclusive promotions, and more!