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Old 02-16-2005, 12:27 PM   #1  
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my fiance' was wondering if you guys could give him some tips on Simple Foods that are high in fiber??!??!? Any suggestions ladies....


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whole grains: 100% whole wheat bread, 100% whole grain cereal, old-fashioned oatmeal, brown rice, etc.

fresh fruit, especially those you eat with the peel

legumes: Any kind of starchy bean, lentil, etc.

vegetables: the less cooked, the more fiber
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Uncle Sam cereal - good taste and 10 g fiber in a 1 c serving. I sprinkle 1/4 c on top of yogurt and cottage cheese.
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Berries are really high fibre because of the seeds.

For my picky ds who gets constipated without lots of fibre, I buy All Bran Bread--9g for 2 slices. All bran cereal is good too, if you can get past the taste and texture (it's easier to get ds to eat the bread).
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