Do you know:
What is fiber? According to USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture),”Fiber is the structural part of plant foods which can not be digested by humans”. We need approximately 20-30 gm fiber every day. And we can get them from fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and whole grains.
Below are common food sources that are rich in fiber in accordance to USDA:
Every fruit, vegetable, nut, seed and whole grain has fiber. It is just a matter of incorporating them in your daily diet and to ensure that consumption reach recommended allowances based on age and physical activity.