10 Fruits and Vegetables High in Fiber
Last updated on March 6, 2011
Fiber is an important part of your daily diet, but how can you make sure you’re getting enough? Adding some of these fruits and vegetables high in fiber to your weekly diet will ensure you do.
One medium avocado has 13.2 g of fiber or 54% of the RDA.
A cup of boiled broccoli contains 5.2 g or 20% of the RDA.
One cup of cooked Brussels sprouts contains 4 g or 16% of the RDA.
One cup of boiled asparagus contains 3.6 g or 14% of the RDA.
One cup of chopped carrots contains 3.6 g or 14% of the RDA.
One cup contains 3.6 g or 14% of the RDA.
One cup of quartered apples contains 3 g or 12% of the RDA.
One medium banana contains 3.1 g or 12% of the RDA.
One cup of whole strawberries has 2.9 g or 12% of the RDA.
One cup of cooked kale contains 2.6 g or 10% of the RDA.