Lentils and other beans are an easy way to sneak fiber into your diet in soups, stews and salads. Some beans, like edamame (which is a steamed soy bean), are even a great fiber-filled snack.
This veggie can get pigeonholed as the fiber vegetable. Its cruciferous nature—meaning it’s from the Brassica genus of plants
Berries get a lot of attention for their antioxidants, but they’re full of fiber, too. Just a cup of fresh blueberries can give you almost 4 grams of fiber,
Avocados pretty much go with everything—toast, salads, entrees, eggs—and while they’re often recognized for their hefty
There’s one gram of fiber in one cup of popcorn, and the snack (when natural and not covered in butter, like at the movies)
That old saying that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” isn’t necessarily true, according to research, but the fruit can boost your fiber intake
Dried fruits like figs, prunes and dates can boost your fiber intake dramatically and are recommended for those struggling with occasional constipation
Sweet potatoes, red potatoes, purple potatoes and even the plain old white potato are all good sources of fiber