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Yo yo, wassup my healthy bowels peeps. I don't know how I missed this whole section of the org for so long but here we are, lets talk fiber. In some very light research recently I've gathered that the average North American does not intake adequate level of fiber daily and I feel that describes me too. Fiber seems to be beneficial to health in many ways besides bowel health. Looking to up and loosely track/oversee my daily amount. Ultimate goal is to have no wiper shits. Well, increased overall Heath too. This seemed to be a decent general article on fiber from a decent source https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/carbohydrates/fiber/ Personally, I've been trying to increase my veggie intake daily by including a cup of frozen mixed veggies to my workday lunchbox. I've also been aiming to have steel cut oatmeal for breakfast 3-4 times a week (have to define and rope in my serving size as a big bowl will have me running to the shitter) . For about the last year, my evening snack has been a cup of frozen blueberries with a bit of yoghurt or milk. I don't eat much bread or rice but we always get brown or wheat. Actually we would go for whole wheat options anytime there is an option. Hows your fiber situation? Have you ever made significant fiber changes? Noticeable health benefits/changes after making fiber changes? Do you have a daily fiber goal? What is it? Do you have a fibre go to? Do you have a fibre supplement? Do you have a secret weapon for fiber? What's the toilet paper look like when you wipe? How often do you have to wipe? Where do you take your fiber info from? You get the gist, let's talk fiber.