Fibre is known for the following benefits in layman terms -

  • Relieve constipation
  • Easy bowl movement ( last stop in your digestive system )
  • Appetite control ( it might not directly help you in building muscle, but it’s the best for satiety Hence, salads! But you can always eat it in different ways!
  • Great insulin sensitivity 
  • Stronger immune system 

So yes, fibre plays a really important role in helping you achieve a leaner body as it suppresses your appetite which means you are consuming lesser calories than required. If you are looking to lose belly fat or get a toned lower body, the first thing is to lose weight and fibre is one of the best-aiding factors in the process. 

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“Fuel up on Fibre” is one of the purest ways to get a loner body and a balanced diet. You do need to eat enough protein in order to build muscle but diet which consists of only one food group be extremely high is not realistic, you may follow a very high ad strick protein diet but it can’t be a lifestyle till you don’t balance it the right way. 

Use fibre to be that balancing factor and make your diet a sustainable one!

Here are some ways you can include fibre in your diet - 


This is the easiest way to snack in fibre into your diet, not much preparation. You can pick it up on the go! Here are some of the highest fibre fruits -

  • Raspberries - 8.0g
  • Pear - 5.5g
  • Apple with skin - 4.5g
  • Banana - 3g
  • Orange - 3g
  • Strawberries - 3g

2. Vegetables 

Make sure your meal has vegetables and try and eat them first, this will help keep you fuller for longer. High fibre vegetables are - 

  • Green peas - 9g
  • Broccoli - 5g
  • Turnip greens - 5
  • Brussels sprouts -4g
  • Potato - 4g
  • Sweet corn - 3.5g
  • Cauliflower - 2g
  • Carrot - 1.5g

3. Grains 

Replace refined grains in your diet with whole rich grains. Oatmeal and brown rice are known in this category but here are some more options for you to try -

  • Spaghetti - 6g
  • Barley - 6g
  • Bran flakes - 5.5g
  • Quinoa - 5g
  • Popcorn - 3.5g
  • Brown rice - 3.5g
  • Bread - 2g

These are great ways to include fibre in your diet and with your diet in place start working out with Fitternity using OnePass Red

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