The 8 Best High-Fiber Fruits You Should Eat, According To A Dietitian

Berries like raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, and strawberries are rich in fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Enjoy them in yogurt, oatmeal, or smoothies.


Pomegranate arils are packed with 7 grams of fiber per cup and antioxidants like anthocyanin, which may reduce inflammation. Add them to salads or toast for a flavorful twist.


Tropical fruits such as passion fruit (25g/cup), guava (9g/cup), kiwi (5g/cup), and mango (3g/cup) are fiber-rich and loaded with vitamin C and potassium.

Tropical Fruits

With nearly 6 grams of fiber per medium pear, enjoy them with their skin for maximum benefits. Pears also have a low glycemic index, making them a smart choice for desserts or salads.


Oranges provide about 3 grams of fiber per fruit, along with hydration from their high water content. Enjoy them as a snack or in refreshing salads.


Apples, including the skin, offer about 4 grams of fiber per medium fruit. They support weight loss and heart health. Try them baked or stuffed for delicious variations.


Rich in fiber (almost 7g per half), avocados also provide healthy fats and anti-inflammatory benefits. Use mashed avocado in pasta dishes or sliced in omelets for a nutritious boost.


Chia seeds are a powerhouse of fiber, offering 10 grams per ounce. They are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, and provide a boost of energy.

Chia Seeds

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