Antioxidant Rich Artichokes - These low-cal and low-carb veggies make a filling addition to salads—and they placed fourth in a 2006 study ranking the top 50 antioxidant-rich foods. Just be wary of jarred artichokes, which are often marinated in oil.
By now we all know that broccoli is very good for you. A member of the cruciferous vegetable family, known for its cancer-preventing properties, this veggie also contains a respectable amount of fiber: You'll get about grams in a cup of boiled broccoli.
Raspberries These summer favorites are the main berry source of ellagitannins, a type of antioxidant that is thought to have cancer-fighting properties. They're also high in fiber grams per cup), vitamin C, and vitamin K, which helps build strong bones