Fiber is incredibly important nutrient required for proper digestion of foods, can aid in fat loss, for better cholesterol numbers and also can lower the risk of certain types of cancer. High fiber foods such as some fruits and vegetables are the best way to prevent deficiency of fiber in your diet. So what’s the recommended amount? Recommended daily intake of fiber for women should be about 25 grams per day and for men daily intake of fiber should be at least 35 to 40 grams per day. Down there is the short list of food’s that are high in fiber, which you should be eating daily, in order to achieve recommended daily intake.

8 High Fiber Foods You Should Be Eating Daily

Avocado. This fruit has powerful beneficial effects on health and is rather a unique type of fruit with a single seed. It contains many nutrients like Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Vitamin K, Potassium, Folate. Of course that Avocado contain fiber. One cup, sliced Avocado (about 146 grams) contain 10 grams dietary fiber or 40% of daily intake, and 234 calories.

Lentils. They are high in nutrition and low in calories, Lentils are the perfect choice for your healthy salads,  and as an item on a vegetarian dinner plate. Despite dietary fiber, they are also a good source of vitamin K, potassium, calcium, zinc, niacin, protein, folate, and iron. One cup Lentils, boiled (198 grams) contain 16 grams dietary fiber or 64% of daily intake, and 230 calories.

Apples. Apples are one of the most known fruits in the world, that’s for sure. They are extremely rich in important flavonoids, antioxidants, and of course, we will not forget the content of dietary fiber. One medium Apple (about 182 grams) contain 4.4 grams dietary fiber or 17% of daily intake, and 95 calories.

Pears. This juicy fruit is the perfect choice for your health, too. Fresh Pears are best for enjoying the hot summer days. Antioxidants, flavonoids, and dietary fiber are packed in this amazing sweet fruit. one medium pear (about 178 grams) contain 6 grams dietary fiber or 24% of daily intake, and 102 calories.

Corn. Corn is a large grain plant cultivated since ancient times. The most familiar are the sunny, yellow version, but it may come in variety colors, each with its own special combination of antioxidant nutrients. One cup corn, yellow (about 166 grams) contain 12 grams dietary fiber or 48% of daily intake, and 606 calories.

Dried Figs. If you can’t find fresh figs at your local market all year round, don’t worry dried figs are available year round, and guess what they are a stellar source of fiber. Not just fiber, Dried Figs also offer many vitamins and minerals. 100 grams Dried Figs contain 2.9 grams dietary fiber or 11% of daily intake, and 74 calories.

Strawberries. Incredibly delicious, Strawberries are very nutrient dense fruits, which are loaded with vitamin C, manganese and also all sorts of powerful antioxidants. One cup Strawberries, sliced (about 166 grams) contain 3.3 grams dietary fiber or 13% of daily intake, and 54 calories.

Bananas. For me, Bananas are a favorite snack, no matter where I go. They have good taste and on top of that, they are good sources of many nutrients like vitamin C, vitamin B6, and potassium. Fiber content is no exception, one large Banana (about 136 grams) contain 3.5 dietary fiber or 14% of daily intake, and 121 calories.

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Fiber is incredibly important nutrient required for proper digestion of foods, can aid in fat loss, for better cholesterol numbers and also can lower the risk of certain types of cancer. High fiber foods such as some fruits and vegetables are the best way to prevent deficiency of fiber...
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