Best Fruits & Vegetables

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Avocado: When it comes to a fruit that's going to help keep you full, avocados are one of the best and most reliable.

Watermelon: Feeling full doesn't always come just from eating fibrous foods.

Blackberries: When it comes to finding snacks that can help keep you full, fiber is an important quality. 

Prunes: You've most likely heard of munching on some prunes when you need to poop, but this snack can also help make you feel more satiated, too.

Raspberries: According to Manaker, another higher-fiber fruit to try that can help you feel more full are raspberries, which have about 8 grams of fiber per cup.

Pears: Whether you want to bite into one on its own, or chop it up and add it to your bowl of oatmeal or yogurt.

Olives: Fiber isn't the only thing that can help a food feel more satiating. Sometimes the existence of healthy fats can have a similar effect.

Apples: Eating an apple a day might do more than keep the doctor away, as this fruit can also help you feel more full between meals.

Gold kiwis: If you haven't tried a gold kiwi yet, you're missing out on a uniquely sweet and tart flavor as well as 4 grams of fiber.

Cucumbers: Cucumbers are a good vegetable to eat to stay full for a long time because they are low in calories but high in water content.

Beans: Even though some people forget that beans are considered a vegetable.

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