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Eat for Body

Good to learn health benefit of ingredients. It helps improve nutritious delicious living!

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Barley

Barley

*Barely * What a benefit!!
Barley's dietary fiber is high in beta glucan, which helps to lower cholesterol by binding to bile acids and removing them from the body via the feces
Bile acids are compounds used to digest fat that are manufactured by the liver from cholesterol. When they are excreted along with barley's fiber, the liver must manufacture new bile acids and uses up more cholesterol, thus lowering the amount of cholesterol in circulation.
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