Raspberries have the most fiber content among fruits. Raspberries provide eight grams of fiber per cup. Next to raspberries are pears and apples, which on average have about five grams of fiber per one medium-sized fruit, when eaten with the skin.
Eating fruits that are high in fiber is good for proper digestion. Fiber also helps lessen the risk of heart disease, obesity and diabetes. Fiber helps to remove LDL (bad cholesterol) and makes a person feel full longer, assisting in weight loss. The recommended daily intake of fiber is 21 to 25 grams for women and 30 to 38 grams for men.