The fibre content of this green leafy vegetable is just one more reason to include it in your weekly meal plan. Approximately eight grammes of fibre and 773 micrograms of vitamin K, which is essential for bone health, can be found in one cup of cooked, chopped collard greens, as reported by the United States Department of Agriculture and cited by Harvard Health.
According to Harvard Health, quinoa is the best option if you want a grain that can replace several others in your diet due to its high protein and fibre content. According to the USDA, a single cup of cooked quinoa contains over 8 grammes of protein and over 5 grammes of fibre. You’ll never get tired of quinoa because it can stand in for so many other grains in your favourite dishes.
Every once in a while, give in to your chocolate cravings. What a shocker: According to the USDA, one bar of dark chocolate (with 70-85% cacao solids) has more than 11 grammes of fibre.
There are many choices available to those who wish to increase the amount of fibre in their diet. There’s a wide variety of foods out there, from berries to greens to grains to legumes.