As you probably know by now, fibre is an important part of your diet and for your body. The higher intake of fibre is linked with lower rates of heart disease, high blood pressure, hypertension, digestive issues among many others.
It can also help to control the spike of blood sugar levels in your body and reduces the risks of stroke and colorectal cancer as well.
So the next obvious question is which all foods can give you a good amount of fibre. Well, look no further.
Raspberries, Banana, Oranges, Guava, Mango and other berries can give you a good amount of fibre. Root Vegetables like Carrot, beetroot, potatoes, and sweet potatoes are also rich in them.
Apart from them, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, pistachios, almonds, beans, peas and legumes also pack a good amount of fibre that our body will require.