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The Top 10 High-Fibre Foods to Eat Every Week

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The Top 10 High-Fibre Foods to Eat Every Week
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If losing weight, staying regular, and reducing your risk of certain cancers is on your mind, then fibre should be too. Getting your fill — 25 to 30 grams a day — is proven to keep you feeling fuller longer so you eat fewer calories. Roughage is also important for keeping your digestive system happy, and more importantly, fibre has also been shown to reduce the risk of breast and colon cancers. Keep reading to learn which foods are the highest sources so you can start including them in your diet.

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