• Ladies, You Need These SEVEN Fiber Foods In Your Kitchen!

    Your digestive track will say thank you

    Fiber is important for a healthy digestive system. According to myoclinic.org, dietary fibre is also known as roughage or bulk, includes the parts of plant foods that can’t be absorbed by the body. There are two types of fibre:- soluble fibre and insoluble fibre. The soluble fibre forms a gel like residue once dissolved in the water meanwhile the insoluble fibre helps proper material movement. Here are seven types of fibre food that you should add to your daily diet, because let’s face it, we’ve all had a rough time on our thrones.

    Wholegrain breads

    With so many varieties of wholegrain breads, you can never get bored! Switch it up with dark rye bread because seriously, they taste so good. This bread has more fibre content and lower sugar content than the white bread.Total dietary fibre: 1 slice = 3 grams

    Oatmeal

    You can eat this in a variety of ways, with muesli, granola or even fruits!  Oatmeal is a good source of soluble fibre. It has always been linked as a heart health food and is known to lower blood pressure. It’s also a good source of calcium when you add a splash of milk. Total dietary fibre: per cup = 4 grams

    Chickpeas

    You can find this in Indian cooking, usually served with sweet rice.  According to draxe.com, chickpeas are rich in Manganese that helps with bone structure and metabolism. Total dietary fibre: per cup= 8 grams

    Chia Seeds

    Here’s another versatile food. Sprinkle it onto your oatmeal, add in into your smoothie or even add a few teaspoons into your water bottle. Chia seeds expand in liquid so it helps you in keeping your tummy full! Total dietary fibre: 2 tablespoons= 11 grams

    Broccoli

    Some like it, some don’t. Either way,  it has a reputation of being one of the healthiest vegetables. It has the potential to decrease the risk of obesity, diabetes and also helps in keeping a healthy bowel! Total dietary fibre:  1 cup chopped= 2.4 grams

    Pears

    These golden fruits provide you with Omega-6 fatty acids. Who can resist this sweet, juicy fruit? Total dietary fibre: – 1 small fruit= 4.6 grams

    Petai beans

    It’s a Malaysian favourite and can be cooked into a variety of ways! Their fibre content aids in constipation. Total dietary fibre: – per serving= 4 grams

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