Peppers, kale, and cauliflower are not only popular low-calorie foods, these vegetables are rich in fiber, and they also offer numerous health benefits.
If you wonder which are the foods you could eat endlessly without fearing that you would gain weight, we give you the answer.
Celery -- 1 cup of diced celery: 16 calories
Celery is most probably known as the product with “negative calories”, which basically means that the body burns calories from the food you eat.
Pepper -- Medium-sized: 30 calories
You can eat it as you like, fresh -- chopped in sticks or as an addition to a salad, and baked, just make sure peppers are part of your daily menu.
Kale -- 1 cup of chopped kale: 33 calories
Kale found its place on the list of healthy foods. People who do not consume this type of food have problems with their weight.
Broccoli -- 1 cup of chopped broccoli: 31 calories
It is not only on the list of low-calorie foods, but broccoli is also rich in fiber and phytochemicals that fight cancer. Eat a large serving of raw or steam-cooked broccoli and you will feel full for a long time.
Purple Cabbage -- 1 cup of chopped cabbage: 22 calories
Every color of the food you eat offers a certain benefit. When it comes to purple vegetables, they are especially beneficial for your heart and the cardiovascular system.
Cauliflower -- 1 cup of chopped cauliflower: 27 calories
If you want a snack, cauliflower is the perfect choice. If you do not like it raw, you can eat it steam-cooked, just add some olive oil (be careful about the calories -- each tablespoon should contain 45 calories), spices and some lemon juice.
Cherry Tomatoes -- 1 cup of diced cherry tomato : 27 calories
This is the only fruit on the list. In general, fruit contains about 60 calories per serving, but tomatoes are on the lower range when it comes to the number of calories, so instead of grapes, next time grab this low-calorie and healthy fruit.
Spinach -- 1 cup of spinach: 7 calories
Leaf vegetables (greens) are always a good choice. Spinach is not only low in calories, but it is also beneficial for your body, especially if you work hard. By eating greens, your body recovers in an optimal way.