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Having fiber and protein in each of your meals and snacks can help you feel full and satisfied for a longer amount of time. If you’re full, you’re less likely to veer from your healthy plan of the day. Fiber will also help you with your digestion, blood sugar, cholesterol, and help you process foods better! Try to get at least 15g – 25g of fiber a day.

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Add high fiber fruits & veggies to your meal plans! Apples, mangoes, strawberries and raspberries have great fiber counts. For high fiber veggies, I like broccoli, spinach, and brussel sprouts. Beans & potatoes are also great sources of fiber.

Below is a full list of high fiber foods that you should keep on hand ✋🏽. Try to add at least one option from each group to your shopping list each week!

High Fiber – Lower Sugar Fruits

  • Apples 🍏 🍎
  • Avocados 🥑
  • Blackberries
  • Blueberries 🫐
  • Cranberries
  • Grapefruit
  • Kiwi 🥝
  • Nectarines
  • Oranges 🍊
  • Pears 🍐
  • Plums
  • Raspberries
  • Strawberries 🍓

High Fiber – Higher Sugar Fruits

High Fiber Vegetables

High Fiber Starchy vegetables

High Fiber Whole grains

High Fiber Nuts and Seeds

High Fiber Products

– Estee Denise “Nisey” Ratliff

I’ve lost over 100 pounds \o/. See my story here. I am NOT a nutritionist or a doctor. This blog is NOT meant to be a substitute for any professional guidance or counseling. The information I provide merely reflects my own personal experiences and is NOT meant to take the place of medical or nutrition advice from professionals. But it’s helpful and pretty…so enjoy!

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