1. WHO study details how high fibre diets make for healthier lives  The Straits Times
  2. Blow to low carb diet as landmark study finds high fibre cuts heart disease risk  The Guardian
  3. High-fibre diet cuts risk of death from cancer, stroke and heart disease by up to a third, major study finds  The Independent
  4. Eating fibre found in nuts, beans and whole grains cuts risk of bowel cancer and heart disease, new study  The Sun
  5. Study details how high fibre diets make for healthier lives  Malay Mail
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LONDON (REUTERS) - People who eat lots of high-fibre and whole grain foods have lower risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and other chronic diseases than people whose diets are low in fibre, a study commissioned by the World Health Organisation (WHO) says.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Review commissioned by WHO says fibre in ‘good’ carbohydrates such as wholegrain bread and oats has protective effect

Most people around the world do not eat the amount of fibre needed to prevent key life-threatening illnesses, new research suggests.

The Lancet study found that people who ate 35g of fibre every day slashed the risk of early death between 15 and 30 percent.

LONDON, Jan 11 — People who eat lots of high-fibre and whole grain foods have lower risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and other chronic diseases than people whose diets are low in fibre, a study commissioned by the World Health Organisation (WHO) says. For every 8g increase in fibre eaten a...