19 High Fiber Snacks You Should Add to Your Diet

Give us all of the apples and peanut butter.

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Have you ever been told to eat more fiber? This nutrient helps your body break down foods as it moves through the digestive tract. The daily recommended dose of fiber for women is about , but according to nutritionist Lyssie Lakatos, R.D., cofounder of and coauthor of : "Most Americans are only getting half of the amount they should." But these tasty fiber-rich foods will make it easy.

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High Fiber Snacks - Avocado
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Avocados

Avocados are known for being loaded with healthy fats, but many don't know that one avocado (136 g) has . Another solid reason to pay extra for guac at Chipotle.

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Fiber One
Fiber One Chewy Bars

$5 for 1 box

An easy way to meet your daily fiber goals: Snack on a Oats and Peanut Butter Fiber One Chewy Bar, which brings you 35% of the way there with 9 g fiber per bar.

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Broccoli

Though it may be hard to convince your kids to eat it as an after-school snack, having a whole cup of broccoli will give them .

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Premium Brand Golden Omega Ground Flaxseed

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Sprinkle some ground flaxseed onto yogurt or even a half-cup of ice cream. Each teaspoon you add has , says , a certified nutritionist and wellness coach and author of .

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Mango

Eating one whole juicy and fresh mango provides you with .

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BARBARA'S
Barbara's Bakery Puffins Original Cereal

$5 per box

Satisfy your craving for something crunchy by snacking on a high fiber cereal like Barbara's Bakery Original Puffins. A 3/4-cup serving has just 90 calories, but packs 5 g fiber — not to mention plenty of other vitamins and minerals, says , R.D., author of . Enjoy it plain, with skim milk, or — for a little extra protein and crunch — with a handful of walnuts.

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High Fiber Snacks - Pears
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Pears

Nothing is easier than grabbing a piece of whole fruit, and antioxidant-rich pears contain , Enos says. For a more substantial snack, pair your pear with a Tbsp of almond butter.

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High Fiber Snacks - Kashi® GOLEAN® Toasted Berry Crisp Cereal
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Kashi GOLEAN Toasted Berry Crisp Cereal

$8

Start your day with a this delicious high-fiber cereal by Kashi, which offers a heaping per serving.

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High Fiber Snacks - Split Peas
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Split Peas

Having a warm cup of split pea soup this winter will leave you with a whopping for a 100 g serving.

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High Fiber Snacks - Apple Slices With Peanut Butter
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Apples and Peanut Butter

Whether you're an adult or a child, you can never go wrong with this classic snack. According to Lona Sandon, R.D., a spokeswoman for the , an apple, two tablespoons of chunky natural peanut butter, and two graham cracker rectangles adds up to a well-balanced snack that's a good source of fiber (8 grams), protein, healthy fats, magnesium, and vitamin C.

What you'll need: Teddie Chunky All Natural Peanut Butter ($19, )

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thinkThin Protein & Fiber Bars

$15 per box

Delicious thinkThin Bars have 5 g fiber and are easy to eat on the run, Enos. They're also high in non-GMO protein, meaning that it hasn't been genetically modified.

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High Fiber Snacks - Pistachios
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Pistachios

"Skinny nuts," as Lakatos calls pistachios, are one one of the best sources of fiber and protein of all nuts, without the fat. Still, the fat and calories can add up, so make sure you limit yourself to a handful, and you'll get your fix of about .

What you'll need: Unsalted Pistachios ($30, )

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Wasa
Wasa Crisp'n Light Mild Rye Crisp

$23 for 10 boxes

For a hearty snack, try three Wasa Crisp'n Light Mild Rye crisps with half an avocado and a slice of turkey. You'll get 6.6 g fiber plus some healthy monounsaturated fats, says Sandon.

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Raspberries

A cup of fresh (or frozen, thawed) raspberries satisfies a sweet tooth, provides tons of disease-fighting antioxidants, and offers an impressive 8 g fiber, says , R.D., coauthor of .

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Pop Secret
Pop Secret Fat Free Popcorn

$11 per box

Popcorn (plain air-popped or low-fat) is high in fiber but relatively low in calories, Ansel says. For example, you can eat a whopping six cups of Pop Secret 94% Fat Free Butter Popcorn for just

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High Fiber Snacks - Plums
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Plums

Dried plums — also known as prunes — have a reputation for keeping your bowel movements regular for good reason. Three of these chewy treats gives you .

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High Fiber Snacks - Garden of Eatin' Baked Yellow Tortilla Chips
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Garden of Eatin' Baked Yellow Tortilla Chips

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Skip regular potato chips and go for all-natural tortilla chips, like Garden of Eatin' Baked Yellow Tortilla Chips. One serving (16 chips) provides , Ansel says. The only thing missing is a delicious bowl of salsa.

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High Fiber Snacks - Hummus
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Hummus

Fresh veggies and hummus is a delicious fiber-rich combo. Try 1.5 cups of sugar snap peas (about ) dipped in 1/4 cup Tribe Classic Hummus (), and you'll get antioxidants plus about 4.5 grams of fiber, says , R.D., author of .

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High Fiber Snacks - Greek Yogurt
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Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt is a super-satisfying snack because it's rich in calcium and protein. Simply top 6 ounces of low-fat or fat-free yogurt such as with 1/2 cup Fiber One Original Cereal and you'll get 14 g fiber, says , R.D., spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association.

What you'll need: Fiber One Original Cereal ($21, )

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