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Fiber is an essential macronutrient often overlooked in the diet. It’s found in whole, healthy plant foods like fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, and more. Plants contain cellulose and fibers that help “bulk” up excess matter in the colon. They also regulate constipation and overactive bowels, while boosting helpful bacteria as a prebiotic. Make sure to eat plenty of high-fiber foods, which help a healthy colon. They can also be great for gut bacteria, too. Resistant starches are similar to fiber. They’re also found in plant foods like potatoes, rice, legumes, green bananas, and grains. These promote a healthy colon by boosting gut microflora. A 2013 review on resistant starches also found they reduce colon cancer risk. There is a downside, though. Resistant starches are found in carbohydrates. Still, low-carb dieters can choose options that cause fewer blood sugar spikes. These include rice and waxy potatoes.