RKING10, I started being gluten free in June013. There was so much fresh veg and fruit, I was good. But, as time moved on I felt I wanted more. I find I can have some Oats, but I may have a problem with a lot each day. I tried Oatmeal each morning, but had a problem. I am planning to try it again, to make sure that was a real problem.
Any way, to the point.. I kicked out the money and bought JUDI'S Millet and Chia bread. It is expensive and 2 slices(small) are 150 calories. But, really make me feel better and help with the fiber. It is worth it to me. I also had my first sandwich since going GF.
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I started eating Hummus with my carrots and celery for the fiber. Beans and legumes are good for fiber. I never had lentil soup until I went looking for fiber rich foods and found that I do like it but in limited quantities. Also I find that potatoes have lots of fiber. Instead of rice for my starch I eat potatoes. I usually try to get a salad a day with Romaine lettuce.
I also tried ground flaxseeds in my smoothies until I developed diverticulitis. The flaxseeds are not good if you are prone to anything like that.
I'm new to this group. I too have trouble getting fiber and being on a GF diet which I just started. I do eat a lot o veggies and fruit but still need more. If I eat Kale my fiber count really goes up. But I get tired of eating it.
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All good suggestions and that's what I do too. You have to grind flax seeds to get any benefit from them. I also limit how much gluten-free bread that I eat and try to get most of my calories from beans, fruits and veggies.
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