Gorge On These 7 Foods That Will Never Make You Fat

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In most cases, when something sounds too good to be true, there is always a catch to it. Fortunately, the low-calorie foods mentioned in this article can be chowed down with reckless abandon without giving second thought to whether it will hamper your weight loss goals. On the contrary, eating unlimited amounts of the below mentioned foods will not only give you a host of health benefits, but also offer you plenty of fibre providing the body with as low calories as possible. Although, you might not see sweet treats such as chocolates and candies in the list, these nutritionist approved list of goodies can be eaten without any guilt feelings.

Celery stalks

Highly reputed in the diet world, celery is famously regarded as a ‘negative calorie’ food (which by the way is a misnomer). The actual meaning behind this popular term is that the body requires more calories to digest food than is being eaten. In scientific terms, it is known as the thermogenic effect of food. Celery actually takes more energy to assimilate the food in the body than is required from the vegetable, which is where it gets its reputation as being a zero calorie or a negative calorie food.

Bell Peppers

Bell Peppers are delicious by themselves, chopped as sticks into a salad or quickly stir fried into a wok. They can be eaten by hollowing them out and stuffing with lean ground turkey mince and baked with aromatic herbs. No matter how you like bell peppers in your meal, it will always offer the same health benefits, minus the unhealthy calories.

Kale

Having found its way in every possible health food list, kale is an excellent vegetable to be included in one’s diet. In fact, dieticians say that it would be wrong to neglect this vegetable off simply because this vegetable provides extremely low calories while offering an abundance of healthful benefits.

Broccoli

Most cruciferous vegetables are highly recommended in a weight-loss diet, while broccoli leads the list. Broccoli belongs in the ‘zero-calorie’ category food list and is considered one of the best forms of vegetables not only for its high fibre content but also for its cancer fighting phytonutrients present in them. Broccoli can be eaten raw, steamed, sautéed or stirfried as an excellent snack or a side dish.

Spinach

Always a safe bet, spinach is one of the leading leafy green vegetables that offer immense benefits to an individual. Apart from being a low-calorie food, spinach is extremely beneficial for people who work out intensely as it helps in nourishing the body right down at the cellular level. Food experts are of the opinion that the best way the body can recover after a rigorous workout is by eating greens.

Cherry tomatoes

Technically speaking, tomatoes are considered as a fruit rather than a vegetable, but since it figures so significantly in most of the vegetable and side dishes, tomatoes make for a healthy snack that is low in sugar. The next time you decide to pop grapes when you are hungry, consider having cherry tomatoes instead that offer the lowest amount of calories among all fruits.

Cauliflower

Snacking on cauliflower is an excellent option, as it not only fills you up but offers a host of benefits, just like all cruciferous vegetables do. If you are not in the mood to chomp on raw cauliflower, try steaming them or stir frying them with a teaspoon of olive oil and flavouring it with little lemon zest and spices or herbs of your choice.

Carol is a fitness specialist, who loves to write articles on fitness and weight loss related topics. She has written many articles on fitness, weight loss, diet, exercise topics. Now she is writing for Uspuregarciniacambogia.com, which sells Garcinia Cambogia 3000 online!

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37 Comments

  1. These are all great ones- my husband is constantly munching on them during training season!

  2. I love broccoli and cauliflower the most. Celery is good for the digestion, but I don’t like it.

  3. We one or a combination of these power foods at least once a day! I LOVE bell peppers, and Kale goes great in a mixed salad.

  4. I’m planning to plant some onions but I think I should get some kale seeds too. I have never eaten it myself, yet, but I’m really curious after reading all the amazing recipes and about it’s health benefits!

  5. I think I might have to stick to the cherry tomatoes and cauliflower, I’m so tired of eating celery and spinach and kale

  6. When I was living alone for a year, I just kept on cooking and eating boiled broccoli and truly I didn’t get fat! :)

  7. I love all of the above veggies. It seems to be harder to loose weight after you turn 35. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Oh, so great to see that besides the celery i eat all of them regularly. Actually when i’m hungry at night cherry tomatoes are my savers :)

  9. I wasn’t sure if I would like kale until about a year ago. I finally tried it and i was surprised that I really like it. It also depends on how you prepare it.

    1. that baffles me, too. what i wouldn’t give for my son to love veggies as much as i do!

  10. You listed the vegetables that I like and enjoyed. I usually add them to my stir fry. I believe in eating healthy and balance diet is the way to effectively lose weight.

  11. Found my new diet, lol.. kidding aside.. these are all great items, just started eating more kale & spinach

    1. they sure do. that is why it is really a wise move to add them to our grocery carts each shopping day :)

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