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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 26,614
6/14/12 2:27 P

Don't forget beans, legumes, lentils, etc
DietitianBecky

SMERRIMAN7 Posts: 296
6/14/12 1:43 P

Veggies/fruits are a major source. And when it comes to bread products, I look for options higher in fiber.

MEGAPEEJ Posts: 732
6/14/12 1:38 P

I also have a hard time with fiber, despite eating and loving fruits and veggies! Fiber is one of the few things I supplement by adding stuff to water (it's not Metamucil, but I can't remember the brand name now, eesh...).

__STEPHANIE Posts: 58
6/14/12 1:29 P

check my food diary!! its public!! high fiber foods are fruits and veggies obv, but if you really need it, i reccommend oat bran with psyllium husk in the morning instead of oatmeal...you get more volume for your calories as a bonus!! haha... feel free to snoop my diary though...

i would also just google high fibre foods..should give u a good list.

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6/14/12 1:28 P

i seem to have a tough time getting in carbs and fibre , it really is becoming difficult and one have suggestions as to some food items or recipes for me to try. fibre is the hardest. help please and thank you.

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