SCOFFING high levels of fibre slashes the risk of early death by up to a third, a major study reveals. Experts found that whole grains, nuts and beans protect against heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, stroke and bowel cancer. The Lancet study found people who ate the most roughage — 35g daily or 18 Weetabix — cut their early death risk by between 15 and 30 per cent. The average UK adult has around half this. The team from Otago University in New Zealand analysed 185 studies and 58 clinical trials. It revealed those who ate plenty of fibre were less likely to be fat and had lower blood sugar and “bad” cholesterol. DON’T DO IT! First man to give birth in UK warns others not to try it as it’s ‘really hard’ STRONGER SEX Women ‘do have a higher pain thresholds than men – because they forget faster’ BAD SNOOZE Waking up tired is an ‘early sign of Alzheimer’s disease’, experts warn THICK HEAD Fat Brits with beer bellies ‘have SMALLER brains – and higher dementia risk’ cancer test row Men who identify as women are invited for cervical smear without a cervix DUD DRUGS? How painkillers might be… Read full this story
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