High-Fiber Foods You’ll Love
So you want to lose weight and improve your health, and you know that eating plenty of high-fiber foods can help you do both—but where do you start? What a lot of people don’t realize is that high-fiber foods are not just all about bran and broccoli. In fact, high-fiber foods can be just as delicious as they are good for you, which means you don’t have to give up great taste just because you want to get healthy. Don’t believe it? Just check out the list of high-fiber foods below and see for yourself!
- Acorn Squash (½ cup): 4.5g fiber
- Almonds (1 oz.): 4g fiber
- Apple (medium): 5g fiber
- Black Beans (½ cup): 7.5g fiber
- Blackberries (½ cup): 5g fiber
- Brown Rice (½ cup): 4g fiber
- Chickpeas (½ cup): 7g fiber
- Edamame/soybeans (½ cup): 4g fiber
- Grapefruit (½): 6g fiber
- Lentils (1 cup): 16g fiber
- Oats/Oatmeal (½ cup): 8-11g fiber
- Orange (medium): 7g fiber
- Peanut Butter (2 tbsp.) 2g fiber
- Pear (medium): 4g fiber
- Raspberries (1 cup): 8g fiber
- Sweet Potato (medium): 4g fiber
- Walnuts (1 cup): 7g fiber
- Wheat Bread (1 slice): 2g fiber
- Wheat Pasta (1 cup): 4g fiber
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