18 High-Fiber Low-Carb Foods a Nutritionist Wants to Add to Your Diet



Shalek loves the versatility of avocados since you can eat them as a spread, dip, or even on their own. “Avocados are a healthy fat that is high in monounsaturated fatty acids as well as important nutrients,” she explains. Feller can’t help but agree: “It’s so nutrient-dense—it has 20 vitamins and minerals.”

Fiber per serving: About 3.4 grams of fiber per 1/4 an avocado

Collard Greens

There’s no doubt that greens are good for you. Collard greens in particular are filled with vitamins and minerals including Vitamins A and C, says Feller. On top of that, they’re a great source of iron and only one cooked cup will give you 32% of your daily fiber.

Fiber per serving: 8 grams per cooked cup

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