The 8 Best Vegetables High in Fiber


Carrots provide ample soluble fiber and plant compounds like carotenoids and lutein, which improve immune function and eye health.


Broccoli offers high soluble fiber, aiding gut health. It also contains sulforaphane, which may reduce chronic health risks.


Beets deliver both soluble and insoluble fiber. Rich in nitrates, they help lower blood pressure, but juicing removes insoluble fiber.


Cauliflower, a low-carb veggie, mainly provides insoluble fiber. Cooking increases its fiber content. Substitute it for rice or meat to boost fiber intake.

Bitter Gourd

Bitter gourd, a low-calorie vegetable, offers soluble fiber and polyphenols, aiding blood sugar control and fat processing. Combine with other foods to enhance flavor.


Eggplant, part of the nightshade family, provides both soluble and insoluble fiber. Its skin contains anthocyanins, antioxidants that reduce chronic disease risk.

Collard Greens

Collard greens are high in soluble fiber. Use them like kale, washing well before sautéing or steaming for a nutritious side dish.

Swiss Chard

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