plate of high-fibre foodsA wellness tip calls for consumption of such fibre-rich foods as fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds, and whole grains.

Fill up on fibre, advises human resources

A message shared Monday by the Department of Human Resources calls on UWindsor faculty and staff to get more fibre in their diets.

In a wellness tip, dietitian Sara Perissinotti of the Windsor Essex Community Health Centre notes that foods high in fibre promote healthy digestion and may lower cholesterol and the risk of developing colon cancer.

Find more info, including a link to some great ideas for fibre-rich meals and snacks, in the entire message.