10 High-Fiber Snacks to Last Forever

Crispy, fiber-packed baked artichokes make a great snack or salad addition. Artichokes are high in insoluble fibre, with seven grammes per artichoke and nine grammes per cup.


Chia seeds are high in protein, calcium, and omega-3s. Soluble fibre, the best fibre for fullness and blood sugar balance, is found in chia seeds. Four grammes of fibre per tablespoon of chia seeds keep you fuller longer.

chia pudding

Blueberries contain antioxidants and fibre. Blueberries' insoluble fibre aids bowel regularity." Blueberries make a high-fiber snack when eaten alone or in yoghurt, cereal, and smoothies.


Popcorn contains fibre." Popcorn's insoluble fibre bulks up your bowels. Nutritional yeast on popcorn adds flavour. Nutritional yeast adds fibre and a nutty flavour.


For sweet cravings, try this snack. Avocados, which have nine grammes of fibre and heart-healthy unsaturated fats, power it.Simply mash an avocado and roll it in dark chocolate.

Mixed Nuts

Whole-wheat crackers are delicious with cottage cheese, hummus, or nut butter. Snacking on crackers can also add fibre. Crackers contain two to five grammes of fibre per serving, depending on the brand.

Whole-Wheat Crackers

Roasted chickpeas make a tasty, high-fiber snack. Chickpeas have 5.3 grammes of fibre per half-cup, which can reduce bloating and cholesterol.

Chickpeas roasted

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