EFFECT OF A HIGH FIBER DIET VS A FIBER SUPPLEMENTED DIET ON CRP LEVEL – (11-05-07)

Effect of a High-Fiber Diet vs a Fiber-Supplemented Diet on C-Reactive Protein Level

Once it was realized that hsCRP as a marker of inflammation was related to a variety of chronic diseases, the hunt was on to find a drug to lower the level of CRP. While this approach is definitely not new and is more the norm, I’ll never understand the motivation when natural approaches already work. We already know that exercise and higher intakes of omega-3 fatty acids help to lower hsCRP, but now we can add fiber to the list.

And while the study looked at dietary as well as supplemental, the goal is to attain 30 g /day from diet alone; at this level of fiber it will come along bearing many other gifts in the form of phytonutrients.

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