Foods With More Fiber Than Oatmeal

Black beans

With 7.5 grams of fiber in a 1/2 cup serving, you are getting 25% to 30% of your fiber intake at once. Use up that can of black beans in your fridge

Navy beans

Navy beans are a great alternative—plus they are even higher in fiber compared to black beans! Enjoy it as a side dish with this Seared Scallops and Spinach recipe

Raspberries & Blackberries

Out of all the fruit on the shelves to pick, raspberries and blackberries are some of the best thanks to their incredibly high fiber content. 


Slice up that avocado because this healthy fat is also full of fiber! Enjoy 1/2 of an avocado and get 21% to 26% of your fiber intake for the day. 


One apple contains just over 4 grams of fiber compared to oatmeal and accounts for 15% to 18% of your fiber intake. 


Well, this fruit is actually higher in fiber! It accounts for 18% to 22% of your fiber intake for the day, and are delicious poached


Potatoes are a lot healthier for you than you think! In fact, one medium-sized potato contains 5 whopping grams of fiber and even has more potassium than a banana.


Enjoy 1/2 cup of cooked chickpeas and get 21% to 26% of your fiber intake for the day. Some of our favorite chickpea

Dark chocolate

A typical serving of dark chocolate is around 1 to 2 ounces, so if you are craving some chocolate after dinner, enjoy few squares to satisfy your sweet tooth

Acorn squash

Out of all the squash to buy, acorn squash has one of the highest fiber counts out of them all, with 4.5 grams of fiber per 1/2 cup of cooked acorn squash.

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