4. Brussels Sprouts
Continuing the green theme in the list, the Brussels sprout is known as a super food that may also reduce some types of cancer. It is also rich with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory elements like green peas as well as various nutrients that your body needs to keep that immune system strong. These veggies that look like small cabbages have 7.6 g of fiber per cup. Some are turned off by the smell it produces but this is trivial next to its health benefits.
Quinoa has become recently well-known because of the gluten-free craze and for a good reason. It’s a great replacement to wheat and rice as well as having an amazing nutritional profile. It is high in fiber, with as much as 5 g per cup, and also has a lot of iron, vitamin B6, magnesium, and potassium, making it a superfood and staple to those looking to keep a healthy diet.