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High Fiber Foods

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Fruits, vegetables, whole-grain and fortified foods, beans and legumes are good sources of both soluble and insoluble dietary fiber. Experts recommend including at least five servings of fruits and vegetables and choosing 6 – 11 servings of breads, cereals, rice and pasta each day. And when you increase fiber, always remember to drink more beverages to keep the fiber moving through your digestive tract.

Breakfast

  • Bowl of Bran Cereal
  • Use Low-Fat Milk
  • Incorporate 1 Banana
  • Drink a Glass of Orange Juice

Lunch

  • Sandwich on Whole Wheat Bread
  • Red or Green Apple, eat the skin
  • Low-Fat Dressing & Salad

For Snacks

  • Carrots, Celery, Broccoli all w/ Low-Fat Dressing

Dinner

  • Chicken Breast
  • Brown or Wild Rice
  • Green Beans, Legumes
  • Whole Wheat Roll

The above suggested high-fiber diet will provide for a good source and good start. But you can always venture off and be creative:

  • Berries, Raisins and Nuts can be added to your salads, cereal and oatmeal
  • Popcorn, celery sticks, apple w/ peanut butter
  • All types of Beans
  • Spinach & Carrots
Putting More Fiber into Your Diet
Amount of Fiber in Some Foods
Fruits
Apple, raw, with skin 1 medium = 3.3 grams
Peach, raw 1 medium = 1.5 grams
Pear, raw 1 medium = 5.1 grams
Tangerine, raw 1 medium = 1.9 grams
Vegetables
Asparagus, fresh, cooked 4 spears = 1.2 grams
Broccoli, fresh, cooked 1/2 cup = 2.6 grams
Brussels sprouts, fresh, cooked 1/2 cup = 2 grams
Cabbage, fresh, cooked 1/2 cup = 1.5 grams
Carrot, fresh, cooked 1/2 cup = 2.3 grams
Cauliflower, fresh, cooked 1/2 cup = 1.7 grams
Romaine lettuce 1 cup = 1.2 grams
Spinach, fresh, cooked 1/2 cup = 2.2 grams
Summer squash, cooked 1 cup = 2.5 grams
Tomato, raw 1 = 1 gram
Winter squash, cooked 1 cup = 5.7 grams
Starchy Vegetables
Baked beans, canned, plain 1/2 cup = 6.3 grams
Kidney beans, fresh, cooked 1/2 cup = 5.7 grams
Lima beans, fresh, cooked 1/2 cup = 6.6 grams
Potato, fresh, cooked 1 = 2.3 grams
Grains
Bread, whole-wheat 1 slice = 1.9 grams
Brown rice, cooked 1 cup = 3.5 grams
Cereal, bran flake 3/4 cup = 5.3 grams
Oatmeal, plain, cooked 3/4 cup = 3 grams
White rice, cooked 1 cup = 0.6 grams

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