Keto-Friendly Foods That Are Also High in Fiber

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The ketogenic diet (aka the keto diet) has taken the diet world by storm.


As a popular diet that is low in carbohydrates, high in fat, and moderate in protein, following this diet is linked to outcomes like weight loss, heart health benefits, and cognitive benefits.


If you are on the hunt for some of these keto-friendly fiber gems, here are 11 options that deserve a place on your plate.

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 1. Avocado

one serving avocado provides 3 grams of fiber, along with a boost of healthy fats, fiber, and micronutrients like magnesium and folate

 2. Chia seed

Chia seeds has a whopping 10 grams of fiber, along with healthy fats and a boost of antioxidants. These tiny nutritional powerhouses can be used to make chia pudding, added to smoothies.

3. Walnuts

Not only can a single 1-ounce serving of walnuts provide 2 grams of fiber, but these nuts are also the only nut that is an excellent source of ALA omega-3 fatty acids..

4. Flaxseeds

One tablespoon of whole flaxseeds provide almost 3 grams of fiber. They are also a source of iron, an important mineral that helps prevent iron-deficiency anemia.

5. Pistachios

One ounce of pistachios has almost 3 grams of fiber, along with healthy fats and plant-based proteins.

6. Kale

This ever-popular leafy green provides almost 1 gram of fiber per each cup when raw. Single serving of kale also only provides 0.9 grams of carbs, making it a natural choice for a keto-friendly diet.

7. Cauliflower

 This veggie provides 2 grams of fiber per each cup when raw, along with a boost of antioxidants, micronutrients, and very little calories.

8. Sunflower seeds

These seeds are a go-to snack for people who follow the keto diet. Pro tip: Try sprinkling them with some cayenne pepper for a spicy nosh that fits into this unique diet perfectly.

9. Blue berrys

Blueberries have 11 grams of carbs per each one-cup serving along with 4 grams of fiber and antioxidants that support brain health.

10. Broccoli

A cup of broccoli provides almost 4 grams of fiber, it makes for a great side dish paired with a protein and some healthy fats. Broccoli is also a source of vitamin C.

11.Brussels sprouts

No matter whether they are roasted, baked, or sautéed, brussels sprouts can give you a boost of fiber on your keto diet, with 3 grams of this nutrient per each one-cup serving.

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