Fibre is an essential part of a healthy diet. This is because it is fuller in bulk, devoid of excess calories and possesses many health benefits. A healthy way to gradually increase the fibre in your diet is to consume five grams more than you normally would over a three to five-day period, while drinking plenty of water in order to avoid bloating, gas or abdominal pain. Foods that are high in dietary fibre include: fruits (apples, avocado, pear, raspberries, banana, orange, strawberries, figs), vegetables (carrots, potatoes, artichoke, green peas, broccoli, turnip greens, Brussels sprouts, sweet corn, tomato), grains (corn, wheat, barley, rye, brown rice, oats, bran), legumes (white beans, black beans, kidney beans), nuts and seeds.
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