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  When you eat fruits and jams they contain pectin just like when you eat a pear you get a small amount of pectin. Legumes, fruits, vegetables contain pectin a dietary fiber that acts as a natural thicker. many food manufacturers use pectin as a binding agent in jams and jellies. It is a soluble fiber it dissolves in the intestines and makes a sticky gel which bines harmful substances preventing them from being absorbed. It also causes nutrients to be absorbed more slowly.

 This makes pectin important in preventing a number of bad health to get started. Heart disease is a major problem for all humans along with high cholesterol. Doctors have been working on lowering both for years. Getting more pectin in your diet is a great way to lower both. Since pectin dissolves into a gel molecules of fat and cholesterol get trapped before they get into the blood stream. Pectin isn't digested bacteria in the intestine start eating it up which also interrupts the production of cholesterol. In other words it traps the fat before it gets into the blood stream.

 Grapefruit along with apples, bananas, peaches and other fruits and a great source of pectin. In fact all plants food contain pectin. When you are on a health diet you are getting pectin rich foods. It also expands in the stomach so you take in less food. This makes you feel more satisfied and less hungry.

 It gives you a feeling of fullness. This is a great way to help you keep the weight off. It also helps keep your blood sugar levels steady. Apples and goose berries are high in natural pectin. Blueberries and peaches contain very small amounts. You can always combine them to even out the amounts for a health diet.
 


 


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