14 high fibre foods

Amber Wilson discusses the benefits of a high fibre eating plan.

Fibre is the structural part of the fruit, vegetable or grain that isn’t taken into your body for the purposes of nutrition – it’s excreted.

This has hugely important implications on the healthy workings of your body. Insoluble fibre makes your stools bulky and soft, which makes visiting the bathroom a lot more comfortable. It prevents constipation as well as some types of cancers. 

14 high-fibre foods


Black beans

High fibre bran cereal


Brown rice

Kale (cooked)

Kidney beans (cooked)

Lentils (cooked)

Lima beans (cooked)

Navy beans (cooked)

Whole rolled oats 

Pinto beans

Split peas


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