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.
Which Types of Nuts Are High in Fiber?
Dietary fiber is incredibly important for a variety of reasons! In this brief intro to the Mu Mu Muesli “fiber-rich nut blog archives,” you’ll find:
- A list of high fiber nuts,
- As well as a brief overview of the benefits of eating a fiber-rich diet
The Ultimate List of Nuts High in Fiber
Dietary fiber is present in many different foods. For example, certain whole grain pancake mixes and oatmeal recipes are especially high in fiber. Fruits and veggies are also fiber-rich foods, such as cauliflower, cabbage, and coconut.
But you’re here for the nuts! And what a good choice. Most nuts are also rich in healthy fats. Without further ado, here are the top five examples:
- Pine Nuts
Bonus: Vegan High Fiber Recipes
If you’re looking for some high fiber vegan breakfast recipes, then you’ll love:
- 8 Muesli Breakfast Cookies for Vegans on the Go
- How to Make an Acai Breakfast Bowl at Home
- Mu Mu’s Easy Blueberry Banana Smoothie Bowl for Beginners
- The Best Organic Muesli Recipe on the Planet
Thanks for visiting! Visit our health food blog for more vegetarian diet tips and recipes.
If you’ve ever picked a health nut’s brain, you probably know that their “healthy eating” code includes a nutritious breakfast everyday. Of course there are several nutrients necessary for a breakfast to qualify as a “superfood,” but fiber is definitely one of them. In this post, we’ll look specifically at high fiber breakfast foods. You’ll find a variety of easy high fiber recipes, ranging from the simple grab-and-go style to something more time consuming and decadent, like a smoothie/pudding hybrid.