Foods High In fibre

What is Fibre?

Many of us associate fibre with digestive health and bodily functions we’d rather not think about. However, eating foods high in dietary fibre can do so much more than keep you regular. It can lower your risk for heart disease, stroke, and diabetes improve the health of your skin, and help you lose weight.


Fibre: grams (g)

Mopanie Worm, Dried - 10g Fibre
Oats Rolled, Raw - 10g Fibre
Peace, dried roll - 10g Fibre
Grinadilla, Raw - 11g Fibre
Fig, candied - 11g Fibre
Nuts Pistachio - 11g Fibre
Almond, dried - 11g Fibre
Oat Bran, Raw - 11g Fibre
Almond, unsalted - 11g Fibre
Apricot, Dried Roll - 11g Fibre
Rye Crispbread, (Ryevita) - 12g Fibre
Fruit Roll, Dried - 12g Fibre
Popcorn, Plain - 12g Fibre
Cereals, weet-bix - 12g Fibre
Tomato, Sun Dried - 12g Fibre
Flour, Whole Wheat - 13g Fibre
Wheat Germ - 13g Fibre
Chestnut, Roasted - 13g Fibre
Soy bean Flour - 14g Fibre - 14g Fibre
Chick Peas, Dried, raw - 15g Fibre
Lentils, split, Raw - 16g Fibre
Peas Split, Raw - 17g Fibre
Cereals, Pronutro, Plain - 18g Fibre
Guava, Roll, Dried - 18g Fibre
All Bran Flakes - 19g Fibre
Beans, White Kidney, Dried, Raw - 19g Fibre
Beans, Sugar, Dried, Raw - 19g Fibre
Lentils, whole, Raw - 21g Fibre
Cereals, Pronutro, Whole Wheat - 22g Fibre
Beans, Haricot, Dried, Raw - 25g Fibre
Linseed - 30g Fibre
Cereals, Hi Bulk - 35g Fibre
Bran, Wheat - 42g Fibre
Lentils, split, cooked - 55g Fibre
04 September 2020

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