Black Beans 1
Bananas have 3.1 grams of fiber for a medium-sized one. Add it to your daily fiber intake by adding them to your daily breakfast (like my banana oatmeal), either as a side or morning snack.
An ounce of walnuts (about 23 nuts) has an impressive 3.5 grams of fiber! Add them to your diet by tossing a handful into salads like this quinoa and avocado salad.
Brown Rice 5
I could practically live on rice, but these days I switch to this healthier version thanks to the 3.5 grams of fiber per 1 cup of brown rice. Substitute and your belly will be happy! Personally, I'm a big fan of the vegetable feijoada.
What Latino doesn't love citrus fruit? Oranges have 3.1 grams of fiber and adding them to your diet can be as easy as having fresh-squeezed orange juice in the morning or even an orange pudding for dessert!
Sweet Corn 7
After it is cooked, sweet corn provides 4 grams of fiber per cup. That's pretty good, especially when you indulge in one of these delicious Latin corn dishes.
Avocados are simply wonderful. They're good for the baby and they're good for you during pregnancy, thanks to "healthy" fats and 10 grams of fiber per fruit.
Garbanzo Beans 11
Garbanzos, or chickpeas, have 8 grams of fiber for every 3/4 cup. Now THAT is good stuff! Eat well during your pregnancy with our healthy garbanzo recipes.
Delicious pumpkins have 2.5 grams of fiber per cup and are a GREAT Fall food--but feel free to enjoy them year round! Keep it healthy with this graet pumpkin and black bean salad.