These nutritious, earthy vegetables are underestimated. Fiber, vitamin K, folate, and liver health are their benefits.
Whole grains provide fiber and are often maligned. They contain phytonutrients, which may prevent disease.
Taylor says barley is tasty but ignored. It's a crunchy, nutty whole grain packed of vitamins and minerals. It's also filling, preventing overeating.
Fiber-rich early winter fruits. Taylor believes pears include more soluble fiber than other fruits, which slows digestion and decreases cholesterol.
Haas avocados provide healthful fats. Unlike other fiber-rich foods, they're condiments!
These tiny, colorful legumes are nourishing. Complex carbs have antioxidants, vitamins A, K, and B6, and 4 grams of plant-based protein every half cup.
Edamame—immature soybeans—taste mellow, feel wonderful, and have tons of fiber.
Try Brussels sprouts again. Fiber, vitamin C, and K are in this cruciferous vegetable. “Brussels sprouts rock,” says Taylor.
Flaxseeds are microscopic superfoods. Taylor explains, “These fantastic, fiber-rich seeds are full of protein and phytonutrients.
These multipurpose beans are healthful and versatile. They're high in fiber, protein, and vitamins and minerals.