The 3 Best High-Fiber Vegetables You Should Be Eating


Broccoli is not only high in fiber, but it also has some hidden benefits that you may not already know about.

So grab a bag of frozen broccoli, or use up your fresh florets in a quick and easy side dish, a summer salad or a meal-prep-friendly breakfast.

Collard Greens

They're a leafy green that can be enjoyed after cooking low and slow, but they're also delicious when fresh as-is.

If you're looking for a budget-friendly vegetable that provides nutrients that your body needs, collards are the way to go!


Artichokes are more than just the latter half of a beloved dip. They're healthy, tasty and packed with fiber.

So, what are you waiting for? It's time to heat up your grill and try Dr. B's favorite way of preparing the veggie with our own Grilled Artichokes recipe.

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