8 High-Fiber Foods That Nutritionists Suggest You Should Eat Every Day

Pinto beans are a great source of dietary fiber, which can prolong feelings of fullness. "They're a great source of protein and have a lot of fiber," says Farrell Allen. Toss them into stews and soups, sprinkle them over salads, or use them in place of meat in tacos and burritos.

1. Pinto Bean

According to Farrell Allen, there is a high concentration of phytoestrogens in soybeans that may help to lessen or alleviate menopausal symptoms like hot flashes. 

2. Soybeans (Edamame)

Acorn squash is delicious when cubed and roasted. It is available year-round, but it is most abundant in the fall. According to Farrell Allen, it's also a great source of vitamin A, which is well-known for its antioxidant properties that lower high blood pressure, heart disease, and some cancers.

3. Acorn Squash

According to studies, guava reduces blood sugar and improves insulin resistance. It is also a delicious tropical fruit with nine grams of fiber, says Farrell Allen.

4. Guava

Moore suggests adding a handful of collard greens to a hearty fall or winter soup, or stewing them in the classic southern style. Are you game for some hearty, nutritious greens this evening? 

5. Collard Green

You can use strawberries outside of smoothies. You can add them to a spinach salad, blend them into cereal or yogurt, or just eat them on their own as a satisfying and sweet afternoon snack.

6. Strawberrie

Spelt is a great alternative to other grains because of its chewy texture and deliciously nutty flavor. According to Farrell Allen, it also has 10 grams of protein.

7. Whole-Grain Spelt

According to Farrell Allen, the anti-inflammatory qualities of pomegranate seeds, or arils, are fresh and juicy and may help with skin quality and anti-aging effects. Additionally, they give yogurt bowls, salads, and drinks a tasty burst of flavor.

8. Pomegranate Aril

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