Nuts and legumes are an excellent source of fiber.1 2 If you're looking for the highest fiber content, here are the top candidates ranked by total grams of fiber (insoluble and soluble) per ounce3:
Almonds: 2 g/oz
Lentils (dried): 1.95 g/oz
Pine nuts: 1.8 g/oz
Pistachios: 1.7 g/oz
Peanuts: 1.7 g/oz
Beans (lima, kidney, soy etc.) 1.2 - 1.7 g/oz
As already pointed out, nuts and legumes make very good snacks. My only caution with the nuts is that they are also very calorie dense, so to have a filling snack you may add more calories than you would want. You can combine them with fruit, yogurt or other similar foods to make a healthy snack that isn't as high in calories per serving.
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To start, Peanut allergy is one of the most common allergens in the allergic population with 12 known allergen proteins.
four common food allergy superfamilies: Cupin (Ara h 1), Prolamin (Ara
h 2, 6, 7, 9), Profilim (Ara h 5), and Bet v-1-related proteins (Ara h
8). Among these peanut allergens, Ara h 1, Ara h 2, Ara h 3 and
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