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And for all the ChatGPT worshipers, here is some information about “Fibers”.
If ChatGPT tells you this, then it must be true.

Fibers are generally good for bowel movements and contribute to a healthy digestive system. Fibers are an essential part of a balanced diet and have various benefits for digestive health:

Regulation of Bowel Movements: Fibers have the ability to absorb water and provide bulk to the stool. This facilitates the passage of stool through the intestines and helps prevent constipation.

Prevention of Constipation: Fibers soften the stool and promote regular bowel movements, preventing constipation.

Treatment of Diarrhea: Soluble fibers can also help absorb excess water in the intestines, making them useful in treating diarrhea.

Healthy Gut Microbiota: Fibers serve as food for beneficial gut bacteria. Promoting a healthy gut microbiota is beneficial for overall gut health.

Prevention of Digestive Diseases: Fiber-rich foods can reduce the risk of certain digestive diseases, including diverticulitis and colorectal cancer.

To maximize the benefits of fiber for bowel movements, it's important to drink an adequate amount of water. It is recommended to follow a varied diet rich in fiber-rich foods such as whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and seeds. It's also advisable to gradually increase the amount of fiber in the diet to allow the digestive system to adapt. If you have specific health concerns, it's always wise to seek advice from a healthcare professional."

(source: ChatGPT)

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15 hours ago, redwanul_haque1 said:

If you want to be successful with fiber, you must be very patient with fiber.

If you are new to fiber, try to stay online for at least 18 hours every day

Though according to perplexity.ai you shouldn't have too much fiber:


Consuming too much fiber, especially very quickly or over a short period, is not recommended. Eating more than 70 grams of fiber per day can lead to adverse effects

It also says:


Staying awake and being active online for at least 18 hours a day on Fiverr can have negative effects on your health. While it's important to be available for work when you're online, staying online for excessive hours is not necessary and can be detrimental















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15 hours ago, filipdevaere said:

WRONG! Staying active or being online does not help you at all. This myth is spread by sellers who lack knowledge about how Fiverr works.

Check what a Fiverr Staff member posted on September 25, 2023.


And another Fiverr Staff member on October 08, 2023.


And another Fiverr Staff member on December 06, 2023.


And again on December 06, 2023.


And again on January 03, 2024.



I think this is because in gig filter option we have  like "Online now" option and based on that they think like if a client in hurry and place any order or drop a message that may be helpful for them to get an order but tbh success has no shortcut, actually. 

I personally don't stay available 24/7 because I understand that I am a human, I will need sleep to grind again tomorrow again 🙂

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It's not mandatory to stay online all day long.

Fiverr never encourages us to stay online. All it says is to reply to customer's inquiries faster. In that case, if you just use a mobile app, that's enough. Or you can stay online when you tweak your profile or gig or visit the forum and educate yourself.

Another thing, the extension you are using is not officially released by Fiverr, and using such an extension will bring you nothing but if Fiverr can make sense you are cheating, you may be penalized. It's just a prejudice to stay always online. 

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