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    Should we minimise insoluble fiber consumption when suffering Diarrhea?
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    why then are berry fruits recommended, even though they have Tannins, which are beneficial, but their insoluble fiber to soluble fiber ratio are significantly greater. same for almonds and nuts, as can be seen in links: [br>http://commonsensehealth.com/soluble-fiber-insoluble-fiber-foods-list/ [br>http://huhs.harvard.edu/assets/File/OurServices/Service_Nutrition_Fiber.pdf [br>[br>are they recommended by some people because each person has a unique intestinal flora. [br>though bananas and carrots (thoroughly cooked) are recommended for all. [br>[br>please let us know, preferably with references.
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