Your bottled green juice
A homemade green smoothie that still contains the fiber-rich fruit and vegetable pulp—upwards of 13 grams of it. (Get the ultimate green smoothie recipe.)
The granola on your yogurt
A couple tablespoons of chia seeds. You still get the crunch, plus 10 grams of fiber; the same amount of granola has 1 gram.
The apple you usually snack on
Raspberries. With 8 grams per cup, they're among the most fiber-rich fruits—even compared to apples, which have half that amount.
Your chicken soup
Veggie chili loaded with beans. A 1/2 cup of beans serves up between 6 and 8 grams of fiber (chicken has none) and they're a good source of lean protein and phytonutrients.
Whole-wheat pasta. It may seem obvious, but did you know one serving—depending on the brand—can have triple the fiber of white pasta? Bump up the fiber and get a serving of vegetables with these veggie noodle recipes.
Quinoa. Surprisingly, 1/2 cup of brown rice only nets you 1 gram of fiber. Quinoa has 3—and can easily stand in anywhere you'd use rice.