The 42 Healthiest Sources of Fiber

Keeping your heart healthy and your belly flat could be as simple as adding these fiber-rich foods to your diet.
David Zinczenko

When I talk to people who are trying to lose weight, body fat, and get healthier in general, the focus of our conversations always seems to be on what they're trying to eat less of. Some people believe that eating less sugar will solve their health problems. Others think that simply cutting back on fat will be the key to a flatter belly.

One of the things that makes the Zero Belly Diet so unique is that it's an approach to health and nutrition that doesn't involve deprivation. In fact, the Zero Belly plan is all about eating more — more protein, more fruits and vegetables, more healthy fats, and, one of the most important components of the diet, more fiber. A fiber-rich diet can help you feel fuller, optimize your digestive process, aid your weight loss efforts, and even improve your heart health. If you're looking for easy ways to add more fiber to your diet, look no further.