16 HIGH FIBER Foods You Should Eat Every Day! - Choice Diets

16 HIGH FIBER Foods You Should Eat Every Day!

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HIGH FIBER Foods You Should Eat Every Day ! We often forget to pay attention to the amount of fiber in our diet. It might seem irrelevant, but fiber is very important for your health. It keeps your digestive system on track and keeps you full longer, preventing blood sugar spikes.

In today’s video, we’ll be talking about 16 high fiber foods you should eat often. How much fiber does broccoli and beetroot give you? What about chickpeas and split peas? Are artichokes a good choice? We’ll be talking about all of this AND more..

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Intro – 0:00
Broccoli – 00:29
Artichoke – 01:21
Brussels sprouts – 01:57
Tomatoes – 02:24
Kidney beans – 02:54
Lentils – 03:30
Split peas – 04:02
Quinoa – 04:26
Beetroot – 05:01
Chickpeas – 05:36
Oats – 06:29
Chia Seeds – 06:59
Almonds – 07:35
Popcorn – 08:04
Dark chocolate – 08:29
Sweet potato – 09:09


1. Broccoli
Green veggies are full of nutrients and fiber. Especially cruciferous veggies like broccoli. It is one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet. You get loads of vitamin C, antioxidants, folate, and iron. A high amount of vitamins B and K, potassium, and manganese as well.

2. Artichoke
Artichoke may not be very popular but that doesn’t mean this exotic veggie is any less nutritious. It’s one of the world’s best sources of fiber. One French artichoke gives you 7 grams of fiber.

3. Brussels Sprouts
Just like their distant cousin Broccoli, Brussel sprouts are full of nutrients and fiber. This cruciferous veggie gives you loads of antioxidants, vitamin K, potassium and folate. One cup of raw brussel sprouts gives you over 3 grams of fiber.

4. Tomatoes
Juicy ripe tomatoes. They make for delicious soups and sauces. But there is more to this antioxidant-rich veggie. You get lots of antioxidants, vitamins C and K, potassium and folate. You also get 2 grams of fiber from one cup of chopped tomatoes.

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