Fiber in Foods

Fibers reduce blood cholesterol, help digestion, cause satiety, prevent overeating and regulate blood sugar.

Rich sources of fibers include whole grain breads, cereals, legumes, fruits, vegetables, soybeans.


Pistachios are one of the nuts and seeds rich in fiber; 100 grams of pistachios have 10.3 grams of dietary fiber.

Dried figs:

Dried figs are one of the most energetic fruits that are rich in calcium, magnesium and iron.



There is the highest amount of antioxidants in walnuts; It is an important source of fiber, there are 9.5 grams of fiber per 100 grams of walnuts.


Lentils have manganese, iron, protein, phosphorus, tryptophan, folate, copper, potassium, vitamin B1, and 100 grams of it has 15.64 grams of fiber, which helps digestion.


Dates are also one of the important sources of fiber; 100 grams of dates have 8.7 grams of fiber.

Dry, sweet and juicy dates are one of the popular snacks in the Middle East. Dates are part of the “Shaft” family of fruits and they exist in many different colors, sizes and sizes, depending on its geographical area. However, the benefits they bring to the skin and hair are similar. Kurma Piarom Seri kembangan is full of various minerals, including calcium, iron, copper, magnesium, manganese, folic acid, sulfur, protein and vitamins, as well as a rich source of fiber.


Coconut contains a lot of fiber; 100 grams of dates have 7.8 grams of fiber.