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11 High-Fiber Foods You Should Eat

As you know, if you are going to start a diet, the foods you first encounter are the ones that contain plenty of fiber. It’s almost an urban legend, but most people don’t know exactly what fibers do and don’t.

Together, we researched the benefits of high-fiber foods and fiber and decided to clarify the issues that need to be enlightened.

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What is fiber and what does it do?

Fibers are found in abundant proportions in cereals, legumes, vegetables and fruits. The main source of fibers is the plant cell wall and depot polysaccharides. Besides all these scientific speeches, fibers are completely diet friendly. Because it eliminates the toilet problem by running the digestive system, it causes a relief in the intestines. It also stops the desire to eat by creating a feeling of fullness. Actually, the fibers are substances that the body needs but will never process.

Which foods are high in fiber?

Unlike the common knowledge, the fiber is not only present in whole grain foods. Many foods we consume on a daily basis also have a very high fiber content.

  • Pear: A medium-sized pear contains 5.5 grams of fiber.
  • Pea: Raw or cooked. No matter how you eat, peas are very strong in terms of fiber. One portion of uncooked peas contains 16.3 grams of fiber.
  • Broccoli: A very tasty portion of broccoli contains 5.1 grams of fiber.
  • Apple: It’s a fruit that intends to eclipse the broccoli. A medium sized apple contains 4.4 grams of fiber. It refreshes the skin, gives freshness and is the number one friend of the diets with the amount of fiber.
  • Almond: We know well the health benefits of nuts and almond proves that. A handful of almonds contain 3 grams of fiber. It is a good meal, although high on calories.

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  • Raspberry: Even though it’s tiny, its ingenuity is enormous. A plate of raspberries meets 3-day fiber needs. It also helps to destroy toxins.
  • Artichoke: A medium-sized artichoke contains 10.3 grams of fiber.
  • Green beans: Green bean is a protein and fiber store. Half a serving of fresh beans has 10 grams of fiber.
  • Lentil: There are 16 grams of fiber in one serving. It’s also rich in vitamins.
  • Corn: Corn is our favorite of the summer. There are about 2 grams of fiber in two variations.
  • Avocado: One of the most famous fruits of recent years, the avocado is a fiber bomb. A whole avocado contains 10 grams of fiber in total.
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