Fall Produce That’s High In Fiber

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The beautiful red seeds of this fruit contain around 11 grams of fiber per one fruit. It’s also loaded with antioxidants and has immunity-boosting Vitamins C and E to help you get through cold and flu (and now COVID) season. Just cut a fruit in half and eat the seeds with a spoon, or sprinkle them over some plain yogurt or into your oatmeal.

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