These high-fiber foods are packed with nutrients and bursting with flavor. Add them to your diet today!
1. Artichokes: 8 g fiber | 87 calories
Frozen artichokes have nearly as much fiber as fresh ones. Love stuffed artichokes? Slim them down with this recipe for skinny stuffed artichokes.RELATED: The 10 Best Ways to Eat Your Leftovers
2. Raspberries:8 g fiber | 64 calories
These berries are high in cancer-fighting ellagic acid. Add some fiber to dessert with these nectarine and raspberry sundaes.
3. Pumpkin: 7 g fiber | 116 calories
Pumpkin is a rich source of alpha and beta carotene. Don't know what to do with pumpkin besides carve it? Try these tasty ideas for cooking with fresh pumpkin.
4. Brussels sprouts: 6 g fiber | 65 calories
Brussels sprouts have more protein than most veggies . Don't think you like them? Think again-this recipe for braised Brussels sprouts in mustard sauce is flavorful and not at all bitter.
5. Kiwi: 5 g fiber | 110 calories
One kiwi provides 273 percent of your daily vitamin C needs. Find out more reasons why kiwis are a better healthy snack than oranges.
6. Pears: 6 g fiber | 103 calories
Pears are high in soluble fiber , which lowers cholesterol.
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