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Re: Fissure

Postby Kari-bee » 07 Nov 2015, 22:45

My CRS said too soft is not good, so be careful with the softeners. She said, and I agree, that soft but formed is best. Good luck!

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Re: Fissure

Postby PainedSA » 08 Nov 2015, 00:02

Most foods contain both insoluble and soluble fiber but are usually richer in one type than the other. The easiest way to tell them apart: Soluble fiber absorbs water, turning into a gel-like mush (think of what happens when you add water to oatmeal) while insoluble fiber doesn’t (think of what happens when you add water to celery).
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