Are you looking for recipes for your slow cooker that are delicious and high fiber? Well, we have you covered! We have over 160 easy High-Fiber Crock-Pot Recipes to help you plan your meals, desserts, snacks and more!
If you are on a high fiber diet this is the collection for you! And even if you are not on a high fiber diet it is important that we all try and eat more fiber because the health benefits are there for everyone.
5 Benefits Of Eating A High Fiber Diet:
- Fiber helps keep you regular and promotes colon health reducing hemorrhoids, colon polyps and colon cancer.
- Fiber helps to lower your blood cholesterol and triglycerides levels which in turn which helps prevent heart disease
- Fiber, specifically insoluble fiber, helps to regulate your blood sugar and is associated with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes.
- Fiber also helps with weight loss because a diet that is high in fiber helps make you feel full and satisfied longer. And when you feel full you don’t eat as much!
How Much Fiber Should You Consume Daily?
It is recommended that women 50 years old and under should aim for 25 grams of fiber and if they are over 50 they should aim for about 21 grams. Men who are under 50 years old should try for 38 grams of fiber and for those over 50 a good dietary fiber goal should be 30 grams.
Each of the following Crock-Pot recipes are high in fiber…that means that a single serving contains 5 grams of fiber or more which we feel is a good start at working more fiber into your diet. We recommend adding a side of vegetables, whole grains (such as brown rice, quinoa, etc.) or a salad with your meals to really boost the fiber of your entire meal.
Be sure to bookmark this page because as we publish new high fiber slow cooker recipes we will add them to this page so that this a vast resource of go-to recipes for you!
High Fiber Slow Cooker Recipes
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