High-fiber diet lowers risk of heart attacks: Study

March 1996
Jet;3/4/96, Vol. 89 Issue 15, p38
Cites a study on the health benefits of a diet high in fiber. Reduction of the risk of heart attacks in men; Cholesterol-lowering benefits of eating oat bran and grains; Consistency of the positive results regardless of the amount of fat intake of subjects; Recommended daily allowance of dietary fiber.


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