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What 33 Grams of Fiber Looks Like. by Danielle Omar, RD. September 4, 2017. 1 Comment. Share it: Fiber is an important part of your diet and is essential for a healthy digestive tract, however, most Americans aren’t getting enough. The Daily Recommended Intake (DRI) for fiber is 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men, but the average.

This sample menu gives you 37 grams of fiber from tasty, familiar foods: Breakfast: One serving of whole-grain bran flake cereal (5 grams of fiber), topped with half a sliced banana (1.5 grams of. What Does Fiber Look Like in Grams? Below are some examples of healthy food options, which can be added to your diet to boost your levels of dietary fiber along with their corresponding number of grams. ½ cup quinoa, soybeans, or chickpeas = 5 grams; ½ cup black beans, kidney beans, or lentils = 7 grams; 1/3 cup bran cereal = 8 grams. They may look like prunes, but you’d have to eat a whole lot of raisins (about 5 cups!) to reach 25 grams of fiber. Each small box of snack raisins only contains about 1.6 grams of fiber – along with a very high 25 grams of sugar.

If you ate 5 cups of raisins to get your 25 grams of fiber, you’d also be taking in over 400 grams of sugar. Women should try to eat at least 21 to 25 grams of fiber a day, while men should aim for 30 to 38 grams a day. Here’s a look at how much dietary fiber is found in some common foods. When buying packaged foods, check the Nutrition Facts label for fiber content.

It can vary among brands. Processed grains such as white rice and flour have very little fiber because the bran is removed. One slice of whole-grain bread only has about 1 gram of soluble fiber.

A typical serving of whole-grain cereals also supplies about 1 gram, while oat and wheat bran cereals have 2 to 3 grams. One tablespoon of flaxseeds has 1 gram of soluble fiber. Fiber is commonly classified as soluble, which dissolves in water, or insoluble, which doesn’t dissolve.

Soluble fiber. This type of fiber dissolves in water to form a gel-like material. It can help lower blood cholesterol and glucose levels. Soluble fiber is found in oats, peas, beans, apples, citrus fruits, carrots, barley and psyllium. Plan your dinners around a vegetable main dish like a vegetable stir-fry and then add other foods to complement it.

You could use 1 cup of sweet corn, which has 3.6 grams of fiber; 1 cup of chopped carrots, which also has 3.6 grams of fiber; and 1 cup of broccoli with 4.6 grams of fiber for a total of 11.8 grams. 2 thoughts on “ We’ve Been Eating 100 Grams Of Fiber Every Day For Millions Of Years ” Melinda March 4, 2017 at 3:52 pm. I’e been surprised to find that many greens–arugula, lettuce mixes, etc.–actually don’t have much fiber at all.

Maybe 1 or 2 grams per serving at most. Or snack on an ounce of almonds, for 3.3 grams of fiber. Pair your nuts with a pear for an additional 5.1 grams of fiber or an apple for 3.3 grams of fiber.

A 3-cup serving of popcorn has 3 grams of fiber, an ounce of peanuts has 2.3 grams, and peaches, nectarines and kiwi fruits all have at least 2 grams of fiber.

List of related literature:

Look at the number of grams of fiber.

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by Maura Harrigan Gonzalez
Ebsco Publishing, 2002

Most legumes contain 3–5g of fiber per 100g of dry seed, with most of the fiber found in the seed coat fraction.

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Grams of dietary fiber in 100 grams of various

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The total amount of fiber is listed in grams and as a percentage of the Daily Value.

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Figure 15.4 shows some variations in fiber cross-sections.

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The thickness of a fiber is most commonly expressed in terms of denier, which is the weight in grams of a 9000-m length of the fiber.

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For example, if you’re having 1 ounce of cereal, the customary serving of ready-to-eat breakfast cereals, divide the gram total of dietary fiber by 3.5; then multiply by one.

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Product design specifications call for the packet-filling process average to be set at 69.0 grams so that the average net weight per box will be 690 grams.

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from each group, except the two shortest and any of which the weight of fibre is less than 2mg, a bunch of approximately 100 fibres is taken, weighed and counted.

“Physical Properties of Textile Fibres” by J. W. S. Hearle, W E Morton
from Physical Properties of Textile Fibres
by J. W. S. Hearle, W E Morton
Elsevier Science, 2008

Figure 20.6 represents the structure in the core of the fiber.

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  • Hope you guys enjoyed this video. We believe it is just a matter of time before we are all exposed to this virus (I HOPE WE ARE WRONG) one of the best things to do is strengthen your immune system by eating lots of healthy plant foods. Keep in mind if you are changing over to a plant-based diet having this much fiber in a day may actually do you harm so you want to change slowly. Also here is our video 3 years ago on the benefits of turmeric https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoI0uTbzTMg At the end of the video we go over how much, calories, fats, proteins, carbs, sugars, and of course fiber we consumed.

  • Digestive System Crash Course

    A. Energy

    B. Raw materials

    Bonds

    Molecules, most basic forms

    Mechanically and chemically

    Speed up

    4 calories

    9 calories

    Gastrointestinal

    hollow

    Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach,

    Teeth, tongue, pancreas

    Ingestion

    Propulsion

    Swallowing

    The smooth muscles of the walls of your digestive organs take turns contracting and relaxing to squeeze food through the cavity of the alimentary tract.

    Mechanical Breakdown

    Chemical Digestion

    Absorption

    Defecation

    Mouth

  • The glycaemic index, or ‘sugar burden’ list of common foods Unwin mentions can be found here: https://phcuk.org/nice/

    For American viewers, the 120 or 150 gram serving of rice Dr. Unwin mentions is just over 4 ounces, or roughly half a measuring cup. That is a small portion, as he says.

    Note that a number of portions listed are pretty low. For instance, in the USA, most of the bananas are approximately double the size of the portion given on the Sugar Load list on this site. If eaten whole out of hand, as many bananas are, we are getting around 10 teaspoons of sugar with each banana we eat.

  • I went to England last month and saw the AMAZING variety of carbs available there! My son and I remarked, as we saw the Jammie Dodgers on a shelf, “Wow, the Brits really are masters of carb creation and consumption!” Fortunately, there are doctors like Dr. Unwin to balance the scales.

  • I really enjoyed the video. I agree with you news is too depressing so I dont watch it very often. The mixture of food looked and sounded so good. I love Broccoli and beans but have never had them together. I do eat vegetarian and when you said pizza, I was like darn hes talking to me…lol just kidding. But you all are very inspiring and I love that Hadassa has such a great appetite for good and nutritious food. ��

  • Going great until you mentioned “beef” & “cheese”. Living with a humane diet, those don’t exist in my world, nor the enlightened plant based eating kids. Why do they always have to feature animal derivative foods in kid’s media? To normalize those “foods” so kids develop apathy towards the sources of those foods, such as taking kids to a petting zoo, where they adore the animals, then taking them to McDonald’s afterwards. They don’t make the connection.

  • I learned one thing today: I’m a donut. That will be very helpful in the future. I could put that on my future job applications ��

  • Could you please put a timeline on when Dr. Unwin discovered the significance of diet on treating diabetes? When did his story and experience occur? It would help me and I am sure others in learning how long it has taken for these changes to be accepted by the regulators in Britain.

  • I like how your video are colorful and fun and makes me what to watch the video…..not to judge or make any offensive statement but you talk a lil to fast and I cant gather all the information

  • nice family video for everyone. thank you guys for sharing.:) all the food looked great even the one where the lentils were mixed with other things. instapots are such a time saver.:)

  • your nachos reminds me of the times I went to doheny and got apples/nachos while aheading back to the house like it was some gas station can’t remember the name of it

  • I think he should have his own show on PBS or Nat Geo! Smart, well organized discussion of so many topics. Amazing. Only wish he would speak a little slower.

  • What a pleasure listening to ‘enlighten” doctors!!! People who have dedicated their lives to health following certain protocols and now have the courage to admit those protocols need to be changed.
    Saying that this switch of pattern, concerning diabete for instance, was due to his patient “insubordination”!
    I really really appreciate it.

  • It’s amazing how compelling actual science can be. It’s also sad that Dr.’s making their own scientific observations can’t speak up about this. The standard of care and liability holds them back.

  • When you get off drugs you also shed their side effects. Also, drug companies have become predatory with their marketing strategies, it would be satisfying to damage their profits.

  • If I understand correctly, he said he wouldn’t get paid because he went against government guidelines. Scary. Welcome to social medicine.

  • The sound quality and lighting setup on this video is superb. Also the interviewer is highly skilled and the guest!!! I love listening to this Dr Unwin. He keeps his patient’s blood results as an end of day treat! ha ha

  • My admiration goes to Dr. Unwin because you need big balls to go against the current movement of thought (which is utterly wrong). He deserves all the praise for his lovely actions and courage, without a doubt. I wanna thank Dr. Scher too for having this same courage and bringing this doctor to a wider audience who appreciates his commitment to medicine.

  • He got well deserved praise for saving money for his local health authority, in this day and age would have expected big pharma to instigate his sacking

  • An excellent summary of the low carb approach to lifestyle change in diabetes. Dr Unwin is inspirational and I’ve seen the same type of benefits he describes here. His infographics are excellent resources during busy 10 min GP consultations.

  • Thank you very much for the show. I have listened to many of your podcasts and they are fantastic. Just one question. Where can we find that glucose converter to sugar for the 900 foods? Is it available on the internet somewhere?

  • Pssst… we made flashcards to help you review the content in this episode! Find them on the free Crash Course App!
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  • I’ve watched most of your podcasts now. This is by fare one of your best. Even though a third are extremely good and better than most good videos done by other people.

  • If you listen to Dr Unwin on YouTube speaking at a conference, you will �� laugh! He is hilarious but also manages to get the info out there. The PHC in Britain is a source. It stands for Public Health Collaborative.

  • Man… much respect to this doc! Not only he is doing what is right, but being able to humbly turn 180 degrees as he has put down his ego. Much respect!

  • The concept that people must go along with what the physician says, so that they don’t tick the doctor off because ‘you might not be able to get another one’ is startling. ‘After all, they have your medical records.’?!!

    In the end, each of us is responsible for our own health. We consult professionals to help inform us and medical professionals commonly fail to fully inform people of the options, especially the known and documented harmful effects of the drugs they prescribe. Without this information, patients do not have the right of informed consent which is the law.

    In the USA, any physician who refuses to collaborate with us should be ‘fired’, and we should find another. It can be costly and time-consuming, but asking around and doing some research on the physician and the practice or organization the physician works for ahead of time can help. Since health insurance became common, especially beyond ‘major medical’, medical costs have skyrocketed and the quality of care in the US has sunk like a stone. Sadly, I doubt that ‘Medicare for All’ will be any better.

     This is somewhere between difficult and nearly impossible in a 10 minute consultation. Even 15 minutes is inadequate.

  • I really enjoyed the video. I agree with you news is too depressing so I dont watch it very often. The mixture of food looked and sounded so good. I love Broccoli and beans but have never had them together. I do eat vegetarian and when you said pizza, I was like darn hes talking to me…lol just kidding. But you all are very inspiring and I love that Hadassa has such a great appetite for good and nutritious food. ��

  • What a wonderful interview! I hope many general practitioners are promoting the healthy low carb lifestyle. Thank you Dr. Unwin for taking time to collaborate with your patients. X

  • I had a colonoscopy the pain was unbearable I passed out and the procedure had to be stopped awful experience. I was offered a different test a double contrast barium enema which was much much better ��.

  • Went too ER THANKSGIVING DAY�� had been waking up about 2am…chilled, a little nausea…….they did CT scan-then my doctor said, “ I think I know your problem”
    DIVERTICULITIS

  • I got my mother in law off insulin and blood pressure meds when she lived with us for three months, 11 years ago. It was a wonderful experience. But then she went back to living with my husband’s siblings and the old eating habits and it’s been downhill ever since. So sad. But it was so validating for me to see this work in my little N-1 experiment.

  • Wonderful interview. Dr Unwin has seen the results of his labours and the change in his critics. Many innovators never do, and he deserves his joy. The fact that it has come at the end of his career makes it even better. I’m from the North of England too and very proud to see we produce some good men in the industrial North. As has been said, what a relaxing speaker too. Lovely.

  • Pssst… we made flashcards to help you review the content in this episode! Find them on the free Crash Course App!
    Download it here for Apple Devices: https://apple.co/3d4eyZo
    Download it here for Android Devices: https://bit.ly/2SrDulJ

  • soooooo i’ve been eating nachos… EVERY DAY….for the last 3 weeks…. the canteen at school sells really good ones really cheep.. now i’m scared for my body.

  • Sound crew… David Unwin’s mic was positioned too high, causing a lot of popping. If you re-filter the sound track, you should be able to eliminate most of it. On location interviews are often challenging for sound, but this one is definitely worth a little touch up.: )

    Editor… Surprised the bio did not acknowledge his having been honored as a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), designated an RCGP Clinical Expert in Diabetes and named by the RCGP as the United Kingdom’s National Champion for Collaborative Care and Support Planning in Obesity and Diabetes. He is not just one of the top 10 most influential doctors, but also one of the most honored for the replicability of his successful clinical innovations in patient-centered, low-carb diabetes care.

  • Dr Sher I love you!! you are one of my most favorite interviewers… always so gracious and inquiring in such a great way..
    and Dr Unwin? such charm and affability… thank you thank you…you bring so much into my carnivore life!! thank you, Sarah

  • Please do the calculation of the hba1c level that this doctor references as the threshold for T2 diabetes being in remission. The Europeans use a different system of measurement than us yanks.

    Brilliant interview, by the way.

  • I have listened to numerous interviews and conference presentations with Dr. Unwin, some including his wife Jen. He is a true treasure. Because he has made light of his treatment at the beginning of this journey I was not aware that he actually experienced such rebuke from a number of his colleagues. That is an absolute shame. Thank you Dr. Scher for this interview, I like your style.

  • Amazing interview. Amazing interviewer and amazing interviewee. I really like how this interviewer interviews people! Dr. Unwin is so genuine!

  • I think it’s cool that Dr. Unwin’s name is almost UNWIND. He found a way to unwind decades of health deterioration in his patients and in the way he (and others) practiced medicine. Bravo to a most compassionate and lovely man!

  • …my eye sight improve after being on low carb (30g and below) for about 3 yrs now..at age 62….don’t need eye-wear to see or read.

  • So refreshing to hear someone interviewed who doesn’t have a book or merch to sell. Only 41 seconds in, and looking forward to this man’s story.

  • 48 mmol/mol is equivalent to 6.5% A1c. I consider that quite high. My wife was as high as 7% at one point but now we’ve gotten it down to 4.9%. That would be 30 mmol/mol. That was achieved with morning fasted blood glucose still going as high as 140. Anything above about 5.5% still indicates pretty poor blood glucose control. This lax attitude even from most low-carb doctors about getting the A1c back to an actual non-diabetic level confuses me. It’s like most of them are still stuck thinking that normalizing the A1c is too difficult for the patients to achieve, so they don’t even try. That’s unfortunate.

  • I live in the UK and it’s nice to see that there are at last one Doctor in the UK that promotes a low carb/keto diet. My GP doesn’t.

  • Love this! Such genuine caring and joy in his work helping people regain their health. Also I love the clear way he explained insulin’s function.

  • I love and respect Dr Unwin and his wife. I watch their work closely, as I also live in the North of England. I’d love to get in contact with them, as I’m a Nurse Practitioner, working for the NHS, but I want to use my knowledge of LCHF to help my patients.

  • I just got home from a week in Aruba. I would say that 80-90% of adults (mostly middle-class Americans) over the age of 40 were overweight, many of them obese. Waiting at the airport gate leaving, out of 15 people sitting in my aisle, only 4, myself included, were of normal weight, 4 women were obese, the rest overweight. Very, very sad and costing a fortune. It drives me crazy listening to politicians talk about healthcare when the elephant (no pun intended) in the room is health. If we don’t change that, we’ll never, ever be able to pay for the cost of healthcare.

    The doctor is exactly correct, people do not understand that carbs and sugar are the same thing. There are no heart-healthy grains.

  • I love this Podcast. Anyone know where to find the list he was talking about where grams of sugar are converted to tablespoons of sugar?

  • I love the visual of carbs equals “ X “ amount of sugar. It is so easy to understand. Thanks. Is there a site to look up the chart of how much sugar in eg a slice of bread? All the best Lynne

  • I think he should have his own show on PBS or Nat Geo! Smart, well organized discussion of so many topics. Amazing. Only wish he would speak a little slower.

  • Going great until you mentioned “beef” & “cheese”. Living with a humane diet, those don’t exist in my world, nor the enlightened plant based eating kids. Why do they always have to feature animal derivative foods in kid’s media? To normalize those “foods” so kids develop apathy towards the sources of those foods, such as taking kids to a petting zoo, where they adore the animals, then taking them to McDonald’s afterwards. They don’t make the connection.

  • I learned one thing today: I’m a donut. That will be very helpful in the future. I could put that on my future job applications ��

  • soooooo i’ve been eating nachos… EVERY DAY….for the last 3 weeks…. the canteen at school sells really good ones really cheep.. now i’m scared for my body.

  • I like how your video are colorful and fun and makes me what to watch the video…..not to judge or make any offensive statement but you talk a lil to fast and I cant gather all the information

  • What a pleasure this interview was! What a humble man… And therein lies the problem is that a lot of doctors are so proud… That they would never stoop to listen to what their patients say to them! God bless you!!!❤

  • Digestive System Crash Course

    A. Energy

    B. Raw materials

    Bonds

    Molecules, most basic forms

    Mechanically and chemically

    Speed up

    4 calories

    9 calories

    Gastrointestinal

    hollow

    Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach,

    Teeth, tongue, pancreas

    Ingestion

    Propulsion

    Swallowing

    The smooth muscles of the walls of your digestive organs take turns contracting and relaxing to squeeze food through the cavity of the alimentary tract.

    Mechanical Breakdown

    Chemical Digestion

    Absorption

    Defecation

    Mouth

  • She put my names with yellow natchos her favorite color like nachos I didn’t listen very hard when she told me she had some natchossssss

  • your nachos reminds me of the times I went to doheny and got apples/nachos while aheading back to the house like it was some gas station can’t remember the name of it

  • Hope you guys enjoyed this video. We believe it is just a matter of time before we are all exposed to this virus (I HOPE WE ARE WRONG) one of the best things to do is strengthen your immune system by eating lots of healthy plant foods. Keep in mind if you are changing over to a plant-based diet having this much fiber in a day may actually do you harm so you want to change slowly. Also here is our video 3 years ago on the benefits of turmeric https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoI0uTbzTMg At the end of the video we go over how much, calories, fats, proteins, carbs, sugars, and of course fiber we consumed.

  • nice family video for everyone. thank you guys for sharing.:) all the food looked great even the one where the lentils were mixed with other things. instapots are such a time saver.:)

  • Anyone looking for the info on Dr Unwin’s charts can find them here https://phcuk.org/nice/ Scroll down the page for the downloads.

  • This is BS! About 80% of my diet is fruits and veggies, the other 20% is fish, chicken, nuts, yogurt, dates, prunes, ect, I rarely eat red meat these days other than an occasional burger. I also don’t smoke, I work out 5 days a week, the fluids I put in my body is water, fruit smoothies with no added sugar, green tea & honey and a variety of tea with herbal and healing properties. Now I do take supplements like omega 3, vitamin b12, Manganese, Reservatrol, Tru Niagen but other than that I don’t eat junk!!

  • His humility is refreshing. After a lifetime of struggling with obesity, and pre-diabetes, I lost 180 pounds and restored my metabolic health on a low-carb diet in my 40’s. I have been left very jaded regarding the medical professionals who spent decades offering me unhelpful and harmful advice. After all their years of “help” I had to find the solution myself. I stumbled on the solution by accident about 6 or 7 years ago before low-carb was as widely accepted as it is now. Doctors like David Unwin and Ken Berry are going a long way toward restoring my faith in their profession and allowing me to begin to forgive the doctors I have had over the last 20 years for their judgement and lack of meaningful help.

  • She put my names with yellow natchos her favorite color like nachos I didn’t listen very hard when she told me she had some natchossssss

  • So, why did I get it, no red meat,no processed meat, metamucil, beans, salads, oats,nuts daily? With trying to cut out the little poultry I ate.

  • I like how this guy is just regurgitating stuff he read. I wonder how many northern Europeans during the Ice Age that only lives off of fatty meat had this. Oh wait there’s still cultures in the world that live off of fatty meat that don’t have this��