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


Sesame Seeds

Throw some sesame seeds on your salad or on your favorite protein (they taste great with chicken, among other things). And you don’t need a lot—one tablespoon will give you 1.1 grams of fiber, says Feller.

Fiber per serving: 1.1 grams per tablespoon

Brussels Sprouts

According to Shalek, this non-starchy vegetable is low in calories and serves as a great side dish. “It also contains vitamin C to give your immune system a boost,” she adds.

Fiber per serving: 3 grams per cup

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