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Eating whole grains and cereal fiber regularly may reduce gastrointestinal cancer risk.
Increase in the frequency of consumption of dietary fiber, especially cereal fiber, may help to reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease in the elderly population.
Adequate intake of fiber-rich foods, especially fruits and cereals, may help guard against the development of diverticular disease in women.
Regular consumption of fiber from whole grains may help decrease an individual's chances of developing gastric cardia cancer and esophageal adenocarcinoma.
Individuals who regularly consume fiber from cereals are less likely to develop gastric cancer, particularly the diffused type.
Adequate intake of fiber-rich foods, particular whole grains, may help cut down cancer, cardiovascular, respiratory, and infectious disease mortality risk significantly.
Low cancer and cardiovascular disease mortality risk is associated with regular consumption of diets rich in cereal fiber.
Increased consumption of dietary fiber, especially fiber from vegetables and cereals, may significantly cut down total mortality risk.
Consistent consumption of diets rich in fibers, particular vegetable and cereal fibers, may cut down type 2 diabetes risk.
Diets rich in whole grains and cereal fibers are associated with low type 2 diabetes risk in men and women.