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How much of each (soluble, non-soluble) should one have?
October 29, 2013
4:02 pm
spetho2001
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I noticed that I changed my breakfast cereal from Cheerios  (Soluble fiber, oats) to Raisin Bran Crunch (non-soluble fiber) and I believe my LDL went way up. The Raisin bran Crunch was good for regularity and what ever so I really did not want to switch back to the Cheerios (bland tasting) but I need to get my LDL down and statins do not work for me. What is the best combination of each fiber for each condition (LDL,regularity) and where are the best places to get each for each condition?

Thank you,

      TomS

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