It is. Uhm, I forgot to add that I use a splash or two of balsamic vinegar when the fancy strikes me or if the pulp is a bit on the dry side. A bit of skin is Okay as well, but too much plugs up my magic bullet. My guests usually love it with sweet potato chips as well as a dip.Ooh. This sounds quite tasty!
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If you are eating natural, healthy foods we are designed to eat.. shouldn't they contain the fiber you need? I never give fiber much thought really.
Fiber is a myth.
I think, according to what I've read in a couple books, there was a doctor who worked in Africa for a while, noticed that they didn't have much colon cancer, and decided that fiber in their diet was the reason. We've had fiber pushed on us ever since, and now people think massive BM are healthy.
For me, fiber causes massive constipation issues. So do prunes and everything else that is supposed to cure constipation.
Thinks move along nicely as long as I eat enough fat. A fatty breakfast of eggs and bacon sandwiched between coffee spiked with a good spoonful of butter and a touch of stevia and I'm cleaned out.
*Supplementing* fiber is a myth. Eating whole, natural foods should provide you with enough.
Especially while adjusting to this diet, some people have digestive issues. There are a plethora of this could be for anyone and for you. Too much/too little, fat, protein, carbs, sugar, whatever. Or maybe you have a bug. Or maybe you gut flora is too much/too little (overgrowth, or wasted by antibiotics). Introduce anything new? Eating more dairy? There is probably a correlation with what you eat. Do you eat the same thing every day?
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When I had this issue (coming off a long period of abusing laxatives), fiber seemed to make things worse and added pain. Berries and prunes helped the most. Go easy on the prunes, though as you may end up with the exact opposite problem.
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After going primal, both my wife and I developed severe constipation issues. We were both (eventually) relieved after taking magnesium citrate twice per day. It takes time though.
Checkout the following site:
Gut Sense: How to reverse and prevent constipation in children and adults
What Is So Menacing About Fiber?