Practical advice can help clients get more fiber, RDs say

04/5/2012 | Today's Dietitian

Many people do not get enough fiber, and while dietitians should encourage clients to boost their intake, they need to be flexible about whether it comes from food or additives, says registered dietitian Joanne Slavin of the University of Minnesota. RDs should teach clients about the best sources of fiber, such as whole grains and legumes, and offer practical suggestions using specific brands or types of foods, experts say.

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