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9 Ways to Fill Up on Fiber
It's the secret to weight control

If you want to speed up your weight loss program, use my 9 tips for packing fiber into your diet:

  • Add a few spoonfuls of unprocessed wheat bran to your morning breakfast choice
  • Choose whole grain low carb breads or tortillas
  • Use whole wheat flour for half of any baking flour
  • Try brown rice, barley, whole wheat or spelt pasta
  • Add beans to your diet using garbanzos, kidney and white navy beans
  • Raw vegetables, dried fruits, low-fat popcorn can increase your fiber count.
  • Add barley to soups or stews
  • Eat generous quantities of vegetables
  • Add bran cereal to foods such as meatloaf

    Again, portion control is important, but if you focus on these items you will pack a lot of fiber into fewer carbs and calories.

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