Your Ultimate High-Fiber Grocery List


What Is Meant By High-Fiber Diet?

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A high-fiber diet is a type of diet that includes high amounts of fiber, typically from vegetables and high fiber foods. It can also include high amounts of protein, high amounts of healthy fats, and typically low amounts of sugar. There are high-fiber diets for different reasons. One high fiber diet may be aimed to reduce cholesterol or other health issues that are related to high dietary fat intake. Other high-fiber diets are designed for weight loss, along with exercise. If you have diabetes, you may want to consult with your doctor about a high-fiber diet that is specifically designed for people with diabetes.

What Foods Are High in Fiber?

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There are many ways to increase the amount of fiber you eat every day. First up is your grocery list. You’ll want to head straight towards any high-fiber foods on this list when you get home from the store.

Whole Grains: Bread Products Oatmeal Brown Rice Whole Grain Cereal Crackers

Beans Parsnips Edamame Snow Peas Lentils Lima Beans

Other Vegetables: Asparagus Green Beans Carrots Broccoli Corn

Fruit: Raspberries Plums Oranges Apples Apricots Nectarines Berries

Nuts and Seeds: Almonds Sunflower Seeds Pecans Pistachios Pumpkin Seeds Sesame Seeds

High Fiber Foods That Can Lower Your Cholesterol:

Cholesterol is a nutrient that the body produces and without high cholesterol, you wouldn’t be able to survive. However, high cholesterol can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. Here are six high-fiber foods that lower cholesterol levels.

Oatmeal

Beans

Cherries

Barley

Flax

Pistachios

Other High Fiber Foods:

Bran flakes

Dried lentils

Green peas

Artichokes

Carrots

Beets

Strawberries

Apples – high in antioxidants and high levels of dietary fiber.

Oranges

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