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10 Fruits That Keep You Fuller for Longer


Avocados have a creamy texture that adds richness to meals, making them a gratifying and versatile addition to a variety of dishes.


It is not always the case that consuming fibrous foods will cause satiety. "Sometimes, maintaining your hydration can help you feel fuller. And because watermelon is 92% water, consuming this fruit may be effective.


Blackberries are an excellent fruit to include in your daily breakfast, as each cup contains nearly 8 grams of fiber.


Bananas may not have as much fiber as a cup of blackberries, but one whole banana still contains approximately 3.5 grams, which contributes to your daily fiber intake.


You've probably heard of eating prunes when you need to defecate, but this delicacy can also help you feel more satisfied. It has approximately 6 grams of fiber per half cup.


Raspberries, which have approximately 8 grams of fiber per cup, are a high-fiber fruit that can help you feel fuller.


Blueberries, like raspberries, are a high-fiber, low-sugar fruit that is ideal for snacking and can help you feel fuller.


Not only do pears contain fiber, but they also contain pectin, a particular type of dietary fiber which help slow digestion and promote gut microbiome health.


Olives are technically a fruit, and the healthful fats they contain can help you feel full for an extended period of time.


Apples  are rich in soluble fiber, especially pectin, which slows digestion and promotes a feeling of fullness.

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