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The One Big Thing You Can Do to Improve Gut Health

Pictured recipe: Green Goddess Broccoli Salad

Gut health has become one of the biggest health and wellness trends over the last few years, and for good reason! Scientific research continues to highlight the importance of good gut health for digestion, chronic disease prevention, strong immune systems, and even for our mental health.

1-Day High-Fiber Healthy-Aging Meal Plan: 1,200 Calories

As you age, your nutrient needs change. Getting enough of certain nutrients, like fiber, calcium and protein help to keep you feeling healthy and strong. Fiber is super important for not only keeping digestion regular but research also credits eating more fiber with weight loss, a healthy heart and a decreased risk of diabetes. Protein is needed for just about every process in the body, from repairing damaged cells to maintaining muscle mass, which becomes increasingly important as you age.

Top High-Fiber Foods You Need in Your Life

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It's time to eat more fiber. Fiber comes up a lot these days in the world of nutrition, but that buzz is well deserved. Fiber is pretty great stuff. Increasing your intake of high-fiber foods has been linked to reduced risks of heart disease and diabetes. It may also help you lose weight, maintain your weight loss and keep your digestive health in good shape. According to the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, women should aim for at least 25 grams of fiber each day, while men should shoot for at least 38 grams.