Which foods have the most FIBRE?

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Fibre is one of the most important nutrients for our bodies because it helps to control weight and prevent constipation. If you need a diet rich in fibre and you don’t know which foods contain the most fibre, take a look at our ranking and make a note of the highest values.

On the other hand, calories in high fibre foods can vary between different types of food. Make use of the food calorie calculator which is essential for choosing high fibre foods to suit your specific needs.

Foods rich in fibre

According to the table below, legumes (beans, lupins, chickpeas), nuts (almonds, pistachios) and cereals (barley, oats, rye) are a very good option if you are looking for fibre-rich foods for constipation. Don’t forget that fibre in fruit is also extremely important to promote healthy intestines. Take a look at which fruits have the most fibre and discover how you can incorporate them into your recipes and snacks. Finally, if you don’t have a weekly exercise routine, but you consume a lot of cereal fibre and vegetable fibre, a fibre diet for constipation may not bring all the benefits you need.

  • Red beans 24.9 g each 100gr. 45.8 g per serving (184 g.)
  • Lupin 18.9 g each 100gr. 34.0 g per serving (180 g.)
  • Barley 15.6 g each 100gr. 31.2 g per serving (200 g.)
  • Black beans 15.5 g each 100gr. 28.5 g per serving (184 g.)
  • Spotted beans 15.5 g each 100gr. 29.9 g per serving (193 g.)
  • Oatmeal 15.4 g each 100gr. 14.5 g per serving (94 g.)
  • White beans 15.3 g each 100gr. 31.8 g per serving (208 g.)
  • Rye 15.1 g each 100gr. 25.5 g per serving (169 g.)
  • Almonds 12.5 g each 100gr. 17.9 g per serving (143 g.)
  • Chickpeas 12.2 g each 100gr. 24.4 g per serving (200 g.)
  • Pistachio nuts 10.6 g each 100gr. 13.0 g per serving (123 g.)
  • Oats 10.1 g each 100gr. 8.2 g per serving (81 g.)
  • Walnuts 9.9 g each 100gr. 14.4 g per serving (145 g.)
  • Hazelnuts 9.7 g each 100gr. 11.2 g per serving (115 g.)
  • Soya bean 9.3 g each 100gr. 17.3 g per serving (186 g.)
  • Coconut 9 g each 100gr. 7.2 g per serving (80 g.)
  • Macadamia nuts 8.6 g each 100gr. 11.5 g per serving (134 g.)
  • Sunflower seeds 8.6 g each 100gr. 4.0 g per serving (46 g.)
  • Peanuts 8.5 g each 100gr. 2.4 g per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Lentils 7.9 g each 100gr. 15.6 g per serving (198 g.)
  • Broad beans 7.5 g each 100gr. 9.4 g per serving (126 g.)
  • Haricot beans 7 g each 100gr. 13.2 g per serving (188 g.)
  • Avocado 6.7 g each 100gr. 10.0 g per serving (150 g.)
  • Sweet peas 5.7 g each 100gr. 8.3 g per serving (145 g.)
  • Guava 5.4 g each 100gr. 8.9 g per serving (165 g.)

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