You don’t want to gain weight, so you are sensitive to know will your foods make you fat. But there are some foods you can eat without worrying, as they will not make you fat.

Yes, there are some foods you can include in your diet, and no you will not need to count their calories. They take more energy to digest and absorb into the system than the energy in themselves. It means that these foods have less calories than the calories you need to process them.

They are negative calorie foods, or zero calorie foods.

Health experts provided the definition for the foods with super low calories:

  • Free foods – 25 calories or less per reasonable serving
  • Almost free foods – 25-60 calories per reasonable serving

Here is a list of zero-calorie foods you can eat without worrying gain weight

  1. Apples
  2. Turnips
  3. Onion
  4. Broccoli
  5. Cabbage
  6. Fennel
  7. Asparagus
  8. Beetroot
  9. Kale
  10. Leek
  11. Lemon
  12. Garlic
  13. Celery
  14. Cauliflower
  15. Apricots
  16. Carrots
  17. Cranberries
  18. Orange
  19. Peppers
  20. Cress
  21. Cucumber
  22. Grapefruit
  23. Lettuce
  24. Mushroom
  25. Zucchini
  26. Brussels sprouts
  27. Watermelon
  28. Green beans
  29. Pineapple
  30. Plum
  31. Raspberries
  32. Spinach
  33. Strawberries
  34. Swede
  35. Tomatoes

Now you know all of the ingredients above are super low in calories so you may want to know how to prepare them to maintain their nutrients best.

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Colorful Veggies Salad

You can make a great salad with the any of these vegetables you like. Below is one of my favorite recipes: Mix tomatoes, carrots, red bell pepper and leafy vegetables, pour in some olive oil and unprocessed salt, add black pepper to taste. This salad provides plenty of necessary nutrients, lows in calories and also improves
digestion.

Grilling

Simple enough, but so many people love! Spinach, zucchini, asparagus or any other vegetables listed above grilled with a light coating of extra virgin olive oil make a tasty and nutritional dish.

Steaming

One of the best ways to cook leafy vegetables for retaining all the nutrients. You can steam any green leafy vegetables listed above and add Himalayan salt or other unprocessed salt.

Sources: bembu.com , lifehack.org, blogs.naturalnews.com