Fiber Content

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The following Tables show some of the best sources of dietary fiber. Total fiber is given because soluble and soluble have not been measured separately in most foods.

Fiber Content of Foods
Vegetables:
Artichoke, 1 medium cooked 9 g
Broccoli, cup 2 g
Baked Potato with skin 4 g
Sweet Potato with skin 2.5 g
Spinach, cup 2 g
Brussels Sprouts Cooked, cup 3 g
Corn Cooked, cup 3 g
Winter Squash Cooked, cup 3 g
Carrot Raw, 1 2 g
Legumes:
Baked Beans Cooked, cup 7 g
Kidney Beans Cooked, 3/4 cup 14 g
Chickpeas Cooked, 3/4 cup 7 g
Peas Cooked, cup 9 g
Black-eyed Peas Cooked, 3/4 cup 6 g
Navy Beans Cooked, 3/4 cup 9 g
Lintels Cooked, 3/4 cup 6 g
Split Peas Cooked, 3/4 cup 4 g
Pinto Beans Cooked, 3/4 cup 8 g
Grains:
White Bread, 2 slices 1 g
Whole Wheat Bread, 2 slices 5 g
White Rice, cup 0.5 g
Brown Rice, cup 2 g
Bran Flakes, cup 3 g
Oatmeal (cooked), cup 2 g
Bulgur Cracked Wheat, 1 cup 8 g
Fruits:
Figs Dried, 3 5 g
Apple with skin, 1 medium 3 g
Orange, 1 medium 2 g
Pear with skin 4.5 g
Strawberries, cup 1 g
Raisins, 1/4 cup 2 g
Nuts:
Peanut butter, 2 tablespoons 1.5 g
Mixed Nuts, 1/3 cup 4 g
Almonds, 1/3 cup 5 g
Cereals:
Wheat Bran, cup 13 g
Nabisco 100% Bran, cup 9 g
Kellogg All Bran, 1/3 cup 10 g
Quaker Oat Bran Cooked, 2/3 cup 4 g


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