Consuming High-Fiber Foods

1. Chia seeds

Chia seeds can be added to oatmeal, pudding, jam, salads, and guacamole for texture and health benefits.

2. Raspberries

If you don't like the soft texture of defrosted berries, you can blend them into a smoothie or put them in warm oatmeal.

3. Blackberries

Raspberries, these small fruits are packed with antioxidants that help your body combat oxidative stress and stay healthy.

4. Pinto beans

They have few carbs and lots of fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals that your body needs.

5. Artichoke hearts

Bean, and artichoke salad, or place them on a pizza. If you enjoy rich spinach and artichoke dip, give this healthier version a try.

6. Whole-wheat pasta

Carbs can be misunderstood, but whole grains are a good source of fiber.

7. Pears

 Pears have a lot of soluble fiber, which helps with digestion and lowers cholesterol.

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