Dietary fibres offer a broad range of health benefits. An adequate intake of dietary fibres is essential to promote general health and to prevent several chronic diseases. A daily fibre intake of 25-30 g reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases, type 2 diabetes and colorectal cancer 15 to 30%.
However, there is still a large gap to fill between the recommended and the actual intakes of dietary fibre worldwide. Even people who consume 8 portions of fresh fruit and vegetables per day, still need to add other fibre rich foods to their diet, to achieve the recommended intake levels.
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