Fiber is your gut’s best friend for all the right reasons. It rests in the colon part of our digestive system and helps healthy gut bacteria sustain and grow. This leads the body to digest food completely and has enormous health benefits. If you think the health benefits of fiber are just limited to digestion, you might want to think twice. 

Some fibers also facilitate weight loss and maintain blood sugar levels in the body. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics also recommends that one must consume about 14 grams of fiber for every 1,000 calories. So assuming that you are convinced how important fiber is to our health and body. Here’s a list of the most high-fibrous food that you must include in your everyday meal.


Loaded with at least 7.5 grams of fiber, lentils are one of the most affordable food items that can be consumed almost every day. The best part of inculcating lentils in your diet is that they are open to experimenting. One can have it plain and solid without any spice or can add flavours to it.

Apart from fiber, lentils are also a rich source of protein and several other nutrients. All the more reason to never miss a chance to eat healthily.

Kidney Beans (Rajma)

If you have ever wondered why taste never inclines with health, take a good look at this. Any Indian on any given day will find Kidney beans (Rajma) to be their favourite everyday dish. Just like lentils, kidney beans can also be experimented with.

Loaded with plant-based protein and various rich proteins, kidney beans are a rich source of fiber with 6.8 grams per 100 grams.

Split peas (Matar ki daal)

Split peas are made from the dried, split, and peeled seeds of peas and can be consumed on an everyday basis. Tasty and nutritious, split peas are located with 8.3 grams of fiber per 100 grams.


Oats are how you can start your day with rich-fibrous food without compromising on taste. Health experts say breakfast is the most integral meal of the day and what’s better than including such grossly nutritious food in that meal/

Oats are such resilient food that can be prepared easily and in any way that you want. Salty, spicy, or sugary the choice is yours. It consists of 10.1 grams of fiber per 100 grams.