Quaker oats has some oatmeal that is10 grams of fiber. It's not been easy to find. Flat Out Wraps have 9 grams of fiber. I use for wraps for lunch or bread on the side of dinner. This way I get almost 20grams of fiber in a day. Eat your some fruits and veggies and you will reach a coal of at 25 grams daily.
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To boost fiber intake, try fiber gummies! They have 1g more fiber than powdered mixes, and are a treat-y way to take fiber. Stroehmann's also makes a double-fiber bread, which packs in 50% of your daily fiber in 2 slices!
According to the Mayo Clinic, an apple or pear with the skin contains high fiber. Other high fiber sources are raspberries, strawberries, bananas, artichokes, pistachios, pecan, sunflower seeds, and almonds, lima beans, black beans and kidney beans. Oatmeal & oat bran or an Oat Bran Muffin contain soluble fiber and has fiber that binds with fatty acids to make digestion last longer. Brown Rice and Barley are also high Fiber. If a person does not eat enough fiber you might get gassy!
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