For a while now, I've looked out for articles about the microbiological make up of your gut, and a Joe Rogan video popped up for me last night on youtube. It was about how not having enough fibre changes your microbial (is that the word?) make up, and specifically leads to a gut that wants sugar, and leads to obesity. I know that studies have shown this gut make up really does make a difference, although its not yet understood enough to do much about it (other than when people have been wiped out by CDiff etc). But it made me think that adding a chunk of fibre to my diet can't be a bad thing, and could really help? Anyone else thought about it? Or even tried it? So far today I've eaten wholemeal bread and wholewheat cereal for breakfast. A veggie soup for lunch with fruit and cheese. I'm going to really try to give this a go for a few weeks/months - its a very simple change to get 20g more fibre into me each day.