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25 High Fiber Foods That Don’t Taste Like Sawdust
Who doesn’t love avocados? They are loaded with healthy fats, high in potassium, vitamin E, vitamin C, and magnesium! They are also loaded with fiber. One cup of avocado (about 1 large) has 10 grams of healthy fiber. Break out the guacamole!
7. Black Beans
You can eat black beans the way they are in many Mexican dishes, add them to soups, salads, or just eat them the way they are. No matter how you eat them, black beans are loaded with protein, complex carbs, and a whopping 15 grams of fiber in one cooked cup of beans. Find out why black is the new green.
There is an apple variety to suit every taste, from mild Golden Delicious to the tart Granny Smith. Apples are an easy way to get your fiber and get plenty of delicious flavor as well. One medium sized apple has 4.4 grams of fiber.
9. Dark Chocolate
We did say this list was delicious, did we not? It doesn’t get much sweeter than this! Dark chocolate has tons of health benefits, and that includes being a good source of fiber. Just one ounce a day will get you tons of antioxidants and other nutrients in addition to 3.1 grams of fiber. Don’t wait for Valentine’s Day, have one ounce of dark chocolate every single day.
Lots of berries on this list, isn’t there? Raspberries are another one that is high in nutrition and in fiber. One cup of these delicate berries has 8 grams of fiber. Keep a bag of them in your freezer for tasty high fiber snacking any time of day or night!
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