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Best High Fiber Cereals

Updated on July 18, 2011
High fiber cereals and fruit make a healthy breakfast!
High fiber cereals and fruit make a healthy breakfast!

How a High Fiber Diet Can Improve Your Health

Eating high fiber foods has been proven to be good for your health in more ways than one. Eating healthy with high fiber can help you lose weight, improve your digestion, and lower blood pressure and cholesterol. High fiber diets are also associated with lower risk of diabetes and certain types of cancer.

One of the best ways to add fiber to your diet is with cereals. Many foods contain high fiber, but lots of different cereals are some of the highest fiber foods per serving.

Cereals with high fiber have vastly improved since their beginnings. They don't all have the taste and texture of cardboard. Some are actually pretty tasty.

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What to Look for When Buying High Fiber Cereals

Bran cereals are the best choices if you want high fiber. Bran has close to twenty grams of fiber in one cup. Bran cereals are even higher in fiber than whole grain cereals.

Some people may have trouble digesting bran cereals though, at least until their body adjusts.

For the most nutrition and cereals which are best for your health, try to find not only high fiber content and whole grains, but also look for cereal with little sugar or no sugar added. See if the cereal contains any trans fats as well when doing your research.

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Best Ready-to-Eat High Fiber Cereals

Here is a list of some of the best and most nutritious, ready-to-eat high fiber cereals. Some of these high fiber cereals supply over half of the daily recommended amount of fiber. Compare and judge for yourself which high fiber cereal is best for you.

  • Kashi GoLean Original Cereal and many other cereals made by Kashi
  • Trader Joes also makes high fiber, healthy cereals
  • Archer Farms High Fiber Cereal
  • Nature's Path Organic Heritage Heirloom Whole Grains

Some of the best bran cereals are:

  • 100% Bran by Post cereals
  • All Bran, Bran Flakes also by Post
  • Complete Wheat Bran Flakes by Kellogg's
  • Multi-Bran Chex by General Mills
  • Kellogg's Raisin Bran
  • Fiber One Raisin Bran Clusters by General Mills
  • Cracklin' Oat Bran by Kellogg's
  • Oat Bran by Quaker
  • Complete Wheat Bran Flakes by Kellogg's
  • Crunchy Corn Bran by Quaker
  • Organic Bran with Raisins by Health Valley
  • Raisin Nut Bran by General Mills
  • Shredded Wheat n Bran by Post



More healthy high fiber cereals:

  • Fiber 7 Flakes by Health Valley
  • Total by General Mills
  • Fiber One by General Mills
  • Fruit & Bran by Post
  • Low Fat Granola by Kellogg's
  • 100% Natural Granola by Quaker

Oatmeal is a healthy, high fiber cereal.
Oatmeal is a healthy, high fiber cereal.

Another Healthy High Fiber Cereal Breakfast Choice

If you don't like bran or other high fiber breakfast cereals that are on this list, you still can eat high fiber cereals. Or maybe you prefer a hot breakfast once in awhile or want to save some money. Oatmeal to the rescue then. Oatmeal is a great tasting, high fiber food. To add even more fiber to your morning bowl of oatmeal, add more high fiber foods to your oatmeal such as raisins, dates, or prunes.

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      Ron 

      7 years ago

      Fantastic hub!

      Ron from http://www.intervalstraining.net

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      ocbill 

      8 years ago from hopefully somewhere peaceful and nice

      I normally eat the 100% oatmeal or kashi, with kelloggs & post I don't trust their ingredients but they do taste good. once in a blue moon I'll get it.

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      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      A great hub with very good tips.

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