According to Consumer Reports, some of the high-fiber cereals that are popular with consumers are Market Pantry Frosted Shredded Wheat, Post Grape-Nuts, Kellogg's All-Bran and Post Shredded Wheat n' Bran. These tasty cereals rated highly for taste and texture. In addition to fiber, these cereals are low in calories and fat. Plus, they contain iron and calcium, which are important for health.
According to WebMD, other cereals with high fiber content include Frosted Mini-Wheat Cinnamon Streusel with cinnamon dusted biscuits, Raisin Bran Extra with bigger raisins, Fiber One Caramel Delight with a sweetly pleasant flavor and Kashi Summer Berry Granola with dried fruit. Web MD notes that although these cereals are lower in sugar than other brands, a few may have higher amounts of sugar than a consumer desires. Reading the cereal box labels can provide useful information on the amount of sugar calories per serving and help consumers find a cereal that meets their specific dietary needs.
The recommended amount of daily fiber for an adult is 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men, according to WebMD. However, the average American adult consumes just 15 grams. Eating high-fiber cereal is a great way to boost fiber in the diet.