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USDA. Agricultural Research Service. Nutrient Data Laboratory

Create a list of common foods and their fiber content. The list can be sorted either alphabetically or in descending order by nutrient content.

USDA. Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion

Grains are important sources of many nutrients, including dietary fiber.

HHS. Food and Drug Administration. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

Read about dietary fiber: what it is, where it is found, and how you can increase the amount of fiber in your diet.

HHS. National Institutes of Health. National Library of Medicine

Find the latest news, plus links to overviews, clinical trials and research related to dietary fiber. Also in Spanish.

HHS. Food and Drug Administration. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

Getting kids to eat the fiber they need can be a challenge. This video shares ideas for good-tasting high fiber foods.

Nemours Foundation. KidsHealth

A resource for parents on adding fiber to your family's diet.

Ohio State University Extension

See how much fiber is in common foods, and get tips on adding more to your diet.