What snacks have the most fiber?
- Jicama (32 grams of fiber)
- Pear (7 grams of fiber)
- Avocado (5 grams of fiber)
- Almonds (3.5 grams of fiber)
- Popcorn (8 grams of fiber in 2 ounces)
- Oat bran (14 grams of fiber)
- Wheat germ (18 grams of fiber)
- Whole-grain bread (3 grams of fiber)
Also question is, what foods are highest in fiber?
- FRUITS. Fiber-rich fruits include: bananas, oranges, apples, mangoes, strawberries, raspberries.
- VEGETABLES. Generally, the darker the color, the higher the fiber content.
- BEANS & LEGUMES. Beans and legumes are flavorful, fiber-filled additions to salads, soups, and chilis.
- BREADS & GRAINS.
Similarly, what fruit has the most fiber? Apples, bananas, oranges, strawberries all have around 3 to 4 grams of fiber. (Eat the apple peels -- that's where the most fiber is!) Raspberries win the fiber race at 8 grams per cup. Exotic fruits are also good sources of fiber: A mango has 5 grams, a persimmon has 6, and 1 cup of guava has about 9.
Then, what chips are high in fiber?
Lentils are super high in fiber and protein, so these healthy chips naturally boast these nutrients, too. Saffron Road Baked Lentil Chips have only 3 grams of fat per serving (with NONE from saturated fats) and clever flavors to choose from—like cucumber dill, cracked pepper, Moroccan barbecue and sea salt.
What is one benefit of eating a high fiber snack?
Eating a diet high in fiber can improve cholesterol levels by lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol. A high fiber intake can also reduce your risk for metabolic syndrome, a group of risk factors linked to coronary heart disease, diabetes, and stroke.