Hitting your daily suggested dietary target (SDT) for fibre (28g for women and 38g for men) doesn’t mean you have to reach for processed or packaged foods.
Just eating nuts, fruit and veges with their skin on is an easy way to get more fibre. Mixing up your sources of fibre means that you’ll benefit from both soluble and insoluble fibre.
Veges, nuts, legumes, seeds and grains are all good choices. Swapping to the higher-fibre wholefood choices below will also increase your fibre intake, which will help to keep your digestive system healthy, protect against bowel cancer, grow happy gut bacteria and stave off hunger for longer.
Fill up on fibre with these smart swaps: