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


Bell Peppers

“This is a great low-calorie and low-carb option to have with hummus or dip instead of chips or crackers,” says Shalek. Plus, this vegetable is high in vitamin C to help with immune function and high in vitamin A for vision support.

Fiber per serving: 2 grams per bell pepper


You likely don’t have this fruit in your fridge on the regular—but it might be time to stock up. Shalek suggests this berry because it’s high in fiber, antioxidants, vitamin C, and folate, all of which have a positive impact on your health. She does warn to be careful of portion size because they contain sugar; however, the berry does prevent significant sugar spikes because of its fiber content.

Fiber per serving: 4 grams of fiber per 1/2 cup

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