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How To Lower Your Death Risk After A Heart Attack With Fiber

A new study, published in the British Medical Journal, finds a high-fiber diet reduces the overall mortality rate of heart attack survivors by twenty-five percent.

Dietary fiber also lowers the risk of future cardiovascular problems by thirteen percent. 

Previous Harvard studies have found a high-fiber diet reduces the risk of coronary heart disease in men by forty percent. They also found cereal fibers, not the fiber from fruits and vegetables, were the ones prolonging the lives of heart attack victims.

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P.S. In addition to lowering death risk after a heart attack, dietary fiber also helps to prevent gallstones, control irritable bowel syndrome, constipation and almost any intestinal disorder. It also helps to control cholesterol, blood sugar and prevent colon cancer.

Yet only five percent of Americans get the recommended amounts of fiber per day (25 g for women and 38 g for men).

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