What vegetables are rich in fiber?
Emilia Klapp
Nutrition & Dietetics
Fiber-rich vegetables include carrots, sweet potatoes, corn, regular potatoes, fresh spinach, and Brussels sprouts. Check out the fiber in these serving sizes:
  • Mixed vegetables, frozen, cooked: 8 g per cup.
  • Spinach, frozen, cooked: 7 g per cup.
  • Artichoke: 1 medium size: 6.6 g.
  • Brussels sprouts, frozen, cooked: 6.4 g per cup.
  • Winter squash, fresh, cooked: 5.6 g per cup.
  • Broccoli, fresh or frozen, cooked: about 5 g per cup.

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growth, development, cell repair and disease prevention. Colorful foods, such as fruits and vegetables, are often the richest sources of nutrients. Taking a multivitamin once daily is a good way to supplement your diet.

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