The Healthiest Whole Grains to Promote Fiber Intake: 7

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Quinoa

The fact that this grain from South America typically takes only 15 minutes to cook makes it a favorite among meal preppers.

Amaranth

Amaranth is a high-protein grain that has been consumed for a very long period in South America. Amaranth was referred to by the Aztecs as the "food of immortality."

OATS

Oats, whether old-fashioned or steel-cut, are a popular breakfast food that are whole grain guaranteed even when cooked quickly.

Farro 

Farro refers to any one of three ancient Triticum family grains that were first cultivated and eaten more than 2,000 years ago.

Barley

Barley has the most fiber of any whole grain, which may be one of the reasons it is so good for protecting your heart health.

Buckwheat

This whole grain is a high source of magnesium, copper, and manganese and it has a complete protein.

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