This chart or "Best High Fibre Foods
found when I read the book the Full
|Vegetables||Beans and Peas||Grains||Fruits||Nuts and Seeds|
|Avocado||Black beans||Brown rice||Apples||Almonds|
|Beets||Black-eyed peas||Buchwheat groats||Bananas||Brazil Nuts|
|Broccoli||Garbanzo beans||Millet||Blackberries||Chia seeds|
|Corn||Green peas||Pearl barley||Kiwis||Hazelnuts (filberts)|
|Green cabbage||Kidney beans||Quinoa||Mangoes||Peanuts|
|Romaine Lettuce||Lima beans||Wheat||Papaya||Pumpkin seeds|
|Spinach||Navy beans||Whole-grain cornmeal||Peaches||Sunflower seeds|
|Sweet Potatoes||Peas||Wild rice||Pears||Walnuts|
foods are not in order and in the book the Authors go to great lengths
to describe the benefits of the top 5 foods in each category.
I like the books approach, because they pick the foods based
on all their nutritional benefits.
I developed my own high fibre foods list differently, I took information from the USDA's nutritional database, and divided fibre by calories so that I could find out which foods had a lot of fibre, but not a lot of calories. The first link is a normal web page with a lot of data on it. The second link is the same information in pdf format. PDF is great for printing, saving to your computer and saving to your kindle or other reading device.