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How much fiber is in strawberries?

Emilia Klapp
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Three strawberries contain about 3.3 g of fiber, a good amount per serving. Fiber purifies the digestive system and slows down the body’s production of glucose, making strawberries a good fruit choice in particular for diabetics.
With just 50 calories, one cup of sliced strawberries delivers 3.3g fiber! This is a healthy dose of fiber for the calories. Strawberries make the perfect snack for people with diabetes and those trying to manage their weight. Enjoy strawberries solo or add them to your morning cereal, lunchtime salad or enjoy as a sweet dessert after dinner.

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Eating a variety of foods each day that are low in fat and calories ensures you get proper nutrition and nutrients like folate, magnesium and iron. Calcium, fiber, potassium and selenium are other nutrients essential for wellness, ...

growth, development, cell repair and disease prevention. Colorful foods, such as fruits and vegetables, are often the richest sources of nutrients. Taking a multivitamin once daily is a good way to supplement your diet.
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