8 of the Best Fiber Sources for Weight Loss

Wheat Bran

Wheat bran is the outer coating of the grain lost when processed into flour. The bran is packed and sold cheaply. It's rich in insoluble fibers that keep you regular by pushing food through your intestines.

Jicama (ÈhiÐkYma)

We know this root vegetable is scary, but peeling its thick, bark-like skin may calm you. Raw, luscious white jicama flesh has a nutty crunch. On a vegetable tray, serve thick jicama matchsticks with baby carrots, cherry tomatoes, and celery sticks.


Low-carb dieters like these summer berries because they have less sugar than other fruits. Tart and sweet, ripe raspberries are ideal for yogurt, cereals, salads, desserts, and smoothies. Raspberry seeds contain immune-boosting vital fatty acids.

Black Beans

Its low glycemic index comes from its high fiber content and carbohydrate content. Low-glycemic foods release sugar slowly. Consuming them won't raise blood sugar quickly. Beans provide magnesium, calcium, and potassium.


Popeye the Sailor recommended spinach maybe you should too! It's low in calories but rich in vitamins A, C, K, folate, manganese, magnesium, and iron. The simplest grocery store leafy green to locate is spinach.


Most dishes may use broccoli, a cheap fiber source. Despite being America's most loathed vegetable, broccoli is a favorite because to several cooking methods. Roasting broccoli enhances taste.


Carrots are abundant in beta-carotene, a healthy vitamin A, and fiber. Reason to eat carrots: Over 100% of your vitamin A requirements are in one cup of raw carrots! You may serve baby carrots with hummus or make this zesty carrot salad for supper.


Sweet and crisp pears are perfect for salads! They include vitamin C, fiber, and potassium, which we should eat more of. In pears, 70% of the fiber is insoluble and 30% soluble.