High Fibre Foods To Eat Regularly

19:18' 03-11-2017
Fibre is a great help for your health, as it naturally lowers your blood cholesterol levels and makes you feel full longer. However, many people do not get the fibre they need every day.

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    This makes their digestive system work poorly, because fibre helps prevent constipation. Because fibre reduces the absorption of cholesterol in your intestines, it reduces the risk of heart disease. Also, fibre helps combat weight gain and obesity by regulating glucose production.

    Including high fibre foods in your diet regularly will provide your body with the necessary amount of this essential nutrient.


    You can get 10.3 grams of fibre from a fresh artichoke flower. Enjoy artichoke tea every day to make your mind fresh and help your digestive system.


    Hard beans such as lentils, black beans, chick peas etc., contain a high content of fibre and protein when they are cooked. If you forget to soak beans after buying them, you can drop them in water for 30 minutes before cooking. They can be used in beef recipes or milled.


    Raspberries are usually available in March to May in Australia, however, you can buy frozen raspberries if they are out of season. They taste good and are rich in fibre if eaten with oatmeal or in a smoothie. A bowl of raspberries and oatmeal will supply your body with eight grams of fibre and 35 grams of calories.


    Replace rice with barley when you cook soups, as a bowl of barley broth will contain about 9 grams of fibre, instead of 250 grams of calories, if you make it with rice. You can cook barley and keep it in the fridge for a week. Then mix it with vegetables like onion, cauliflower, or broccoli, and a small portion of chicken.


    When talking about fibre-rich fruits, people usually think of apples, but actually we get more fibre from pears than apples. On average, a pear will give you nine grams of fibre.

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