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High Fiber Foods - for
Bowel Regularity & Digestion

We’ve all heard about the importance of getting enough high fiber foods in our diets. But what does this fiber actually do for you? Actually, you might be surprised.

The proper amount of fiber can help you lose weight and lower your cholesterol. But did you know fibers also help regulate the body and keep things moving along in your digestive system? This fiber works to keep you healthy and regular so when it’s time to go to the bathroom, the experience much easier.

Unfortunately we don’t always get enough fiber in our diets. And part of the reason is because we don’t always understand which foods contain the fibers our bodies need.

But there’s good news; foods that are rich in fiber are all around us. You just might need a little help identifying what foods offer the best sources so you can make sure you’re getting your daily-recommended allowance.

Fruits are a great source of fiber, and a wide range of them are beneficial to you. This includes apples and pears (with the skin on), strawberries, raspberries, bananas, figs and even raisins.

  • Grains and pasta are what many people think of when they think fiber. And they are great sources, including spaghetti and many other types of noodles. Oatmeal, bran flakes, muffins, multigrain breads and even some popcorn also fit into this category.
  • Nuts and seeds are great for healthy snacks that add fiber to your diet. These include pistachio nuts, pecans, almonds and the always-popular sunflower seeds.
  • Vegetables are also rich in fiber, so be sure to make them a part of your day. Even if you’re not a huge fan of eating your veggies, lots of varieties have fiber, so you can pick the ones you like best. These include green peas, broccoli, turnip greens, corn, raw carrots and Brussels sprouts.
  • Legumes may have a funny name, but they are a serious source of fiber. This includes baked beans, lima beans, split peas and black peas.

Every person’s body is different and you might not require the same fiber intake as someone else. But with some simple age, gender, body type charts, you can get a pretty good idea of how much fiber you need daily. Then it’s just a matter of finding the foods you enjoy and making sure you make them a part of your day.