Black beans are one of the finest carbs for weight loss because of their high fiber content! A 1/2 cup portion of 7.5 grams of fiber provides 25-30% of your daily fiber requirement.
This dish goes well with Seared Scallops and Spinach, or as a main dish with Turkey and White Bean Chili or Rotisserie Chicken, Kale, and White Bean Salad.
These berries are great in smoothies, on top of overnight oats, or in Fudgy Raspberries Brownies.
Cut up your avocado since it's high in fiber! Half an avocado provides 21% to 26% of your daily fiber needs. Make guacamole and serve it on toast.
Compared to oatmeal, one apple has over 4 grams of fiber and accounts for 15% to 18% of your daily fiber consumption.
This fruit has more fiber! It provides 18% to 22% of your daily fiber needs and is great poached or incorporated into this Warm Goat Cheese Salad.
Potatoes are actually rather healthy! A medium potato has 5 grams of fiber and more potassium than a banana.
Chickpeas not only produce tasty hummus, but they also deliver a healthy dose of fiber. 1/2 cup cooked chickpeas provides 21% to 26% of your daily fiber needs.
That's correct, 2 ounces of dark chocolate has more fiber than a bowl of oatmeal.
Acorn squash has the highest fiber content of all the squashes, with 4.5 grams per 1/2 cup cooked.
Artichokes are a fiber-rich vegetable that are delicious as an appetizer. We love artichokes in this Spinach Artichoke Dip and this Savory Artichoke Feta Quiche.
Half a cup of cooked lentils delivers 27-35% of your daily fiber needs, and they go well with roasted salmon.
The high amount of fiber in a half-cup portion makes it impossible to resist making this Creamy Split Pea Soup with Smoky Ham for the week!