Best High-Fiber Vegetables—Ranked!

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Cauliflower: Cauliflower is a versatile vegetable used in many recipes, especially for those who eat it as a rice or pasta replacement when trying to lower their refined carbohydrate intake.

Carrots: Carrots deliver 3.6 grams of fiber per cup, making them a great high-fiber vegetable choice. 

Sweet potatoes: When you need a boost of fiber, try switching out your white or yellow potatoes for sweet potatoes, which come with almost 4 grams of fiber.

Brussels Sprouts: "Brussels sprouts are nutrient-dense and have a high fiber content, so they help maintain a healthy digestive system and help to control appetite for weight management.

Spinach: Whether you're eating a spinach salad, throwing some into a smoothie, or sautéing some up in olive oil.

Kale: Similarly to spinach, kale is another versatile leafy green that can be eaten raw, cooked, or blended into a smoothie.

Broccoli: Young says that one of her favorite vegetables is broccoli, and it makes sense when you look at its health benefits. 

Artichokes: Artichokes may not be as commonly eaten as something like broccoli, kale, or spinach, but this vegetable is packed full of fiber, with almost 7 grams per artichoke.

Peas: The winner of our ranking and the highest-fiber vegetable is the small but mighty pea! With over 7 grams of fiber per cup.

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