In past blog posts, we’ve covered important topics like healthy fats and the best vegan food sources of protein. Now it’s time to examine another pillar of clean eating: examples of foods high in dietary fiber.
High Fiber Cereal List
& How to Follow a High Fiber Foods Diet
You’ll find more in-depth discussions about why Mu Mu Muesli belongs on any high fiber cereal list in the archives below. However, here’s a brief introduction to healthy breakfast foods high in fiber. Enjoy!
Benefits of a Diet High in Fiber
The benefits of following a high fiber foods diet are truly transformative for your overall health and well-being!
Some of the health benefits of a high fiber diet include:
- Protection from type 2 diabetes
- Regulated blood sugar levels
- Improved gut health, which translates to a stronger immune system
- Easier weight loss (Check out the review below for one of the best breakfast foods high in fiber for weight loss!)
- Lessening of symptoms related to constipation or diarrhea
- Diminished risk of developing cancer and/or other serious diseases
- Improved heart health
Why Mu Mu Muesli Belongs on Your High Fiber Cereal List
Organic Mu Mu Muesli contains 8 grams of fiber per serving. According to the dietary guidelines for recommended intake, that’s 30% of the fiber you need every day!
This one-of-a-kind breakfast cereal is full of whole grains, nutrient-rich and fiber-packed fruit, and healthy nuts and seeds.
In addition to having all of the good things, it’s also noteworthy to mention what you WON’T find in a bowl of Mu Mu Muesli:
There are a variety of ways to enjoy muesli breakfast cereal:
- For example, you can make muesli breakfast cookies.
- You can also create delicious, fiber-rich muesli smoothie bowls!
- Another popular way to prepare muesli is in a parfait, with yogurt and fiber-rich fruit, like blueberries.
More High Fiber Breakfast Foods/Snacks
- Like the muesli, Mu Mu Magic is an yummy organic pancake mix with plenty of fiber. This is largely because of the spelt, barley, and oat flours. Barley contains 17.3 grams of fiber in every half cup serving size. Oats offer 10.6 grams of fiber, and spelt has 7.6 grams.
- Another comparison is raisins, which have 3.3 grams per serving.
- Yet another high fiber food is coconut because you’ll get 7 grams per serving.
- Kale is a good source of fiber and other nutrients.
- Finally, consider snacking on a handful of medjool dates, since they have 7 grams of fiber per serving!
Some of the foods listed above, such as the raisins, coconut, and dates are all great in trail mix recipes. But they’re also staple ingredients in Mu Mu Muesli and Mu Mu Magic.