9 High-Fiber Lunches That Keep You Full

Black Bean Burrito Bowl with Farro: Black beans add extra protein and fiber for lasting vitality, while farro, a whole grain with a hint of nuttiness, offers natural fiber.

Vegan "Tuna" Salad: A traditional tuna salad sandwich is a delicious option for lunch, but if you want to make it more plant-based and high in fiber while still emulating some of the flavors and sensations.

Green Goddess Sandwich: Get more fiber while indulging in a tasty and refreshing green goddess sandwich. Spread the dressing over two slices of whole grain bread after combining the chives, yogurt, mayo, and freshly squeezed lemon.

Hummus Sunshine Wrap: This vitamin is abundant in the whole grain wrap, sweet potato, hummus, and avocado, and it's subtly balanced by the sour and bitter flavors of the orange and arugula.

Spinach & Chickpea Salad: As Young suggests with this chickpea salad, sometimes the easiest high-fiber lunches are the ones you can put together in a matter of minutes.

Lentil Soup: "Heat the olive oil in a big pot over medium heat. When the onions are transparent, add the diced carrots, garlic, and onion and sauté.

Whole Grain Grilled Veggie Wrap:Try this simple veggie wrap: fill a whole-grain wrap with hummus and grilled veggies like carrots, peppers, or zucchini. Enjoy!

Kale, Chickpea & Avocado Salad:Indulge in a savory/sweet salad that includes pomegranate seeds, avocado, roasted chickpeas, and kale all of which are high in beneficial fiber.

Whole Grain Turkey Sandwich:In a rush? Make a turkey sandwich with whole-grain bread, arugula, mustard, and avocado for a quick, fiber and protein-packed meal.