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

Food

Cabbage

Looking for something else to put in your salad other than kale? Cabbage is one of Feller’s go-tos. She says that on top of being chock-full of vitamins and minerals, the veggie is also rich in phytonutrients (a type of chemical that can fight off disease).

Fiber per serving: 2.2 grams per raw cup, chopped

Eggplant

If you’re a fan of eggplant, you may want to add it to your shopping list more often. Shalek says to reach for this veggie because other than being high in fiber, it contains a variety of vitamins and minerals. A few to highlight include folate, potassium, vitamin C, and vitamin K.

Fiber per serving: 2.5 grams per cup

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