Certainly. See link.
The vegetables with the highest amount of fiber are avocados, beans, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, chick peas, eggplants, any green leafy veggie, lima beans, mushrooms, potato with skins, pumpkin, peas, peppers, rhubarb, spinach, and sweet potatoes.
Yup, vegetables can be a great source of fiber. Artichokes, peas, broccoli, and turnips are great sources. Also, legumes are a good source of fiber: split peas, lentils, beans, etc.
As I’m sure you’ve gathered by now, yes, many vegetables contain fiber. As edmccoy11 noted, artichokes are a great source of fiber and have about 10 grams of fiber in a medium-sized artichoke.
According to the Livestrong site, “The American Dietetic Association states that women should consume at least 25 g of total fiber each day, while men should consume at least 38 g a day.” The average American only ingests 15 g of fiber.
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