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Zero Calorie Food List

We have good news for people who want to get rid of fat, but can’t practice dieting, zero calorie food. Most people agree that at the utterance of the word dieting, their mind revolves around the scrumptious and delicious food which they have to live without. Most people come across the problem that they have to resist all the lovely food and must depend on bland and tasteless food. However, do you know that by eating sumptuous meals also you can reduce weight. Wondering how!!! This may seem like a miracle, but it can be achieved by following a healthy diet.

Zero Calorie Food – Advantage:

Zero calorie food is an excellent way to remove excess fat. This brings back the zest to normal meals without including more calories. This is also referred to as negative calorie foods. These foods need more calories to digest than they actually contain. It is difficulty for the body to digest these foods. Hence, body burns excess calories than those calories present in the food items. These foods have an excellent natural fat burning advantage. Basically, vegetables and fruits feature in the list of zero calorie foods. As they are rich in nutritional value, they have less calories. A diet rich in vegetables and fruits makes way for a healthy lifestyle.

Zero Calorie Foods:
Following is the list of foods which contain zero calories:

Vegetables:

  • Zucchini
  • Turnips
  • Spinach
  • Radish
  • Onion
  • Lettuce
  • Green beans
  • Garlic
  • Garden cress
  • Endive
  • Cucumber
  • Hot chili peppers
  • Dandelion
  • Celery
  • Cauliflower
  • Cucumber
  • Carrot
  • Green cabbage
  • Broccoli
  • Beets
  • Asparagus

Fruits:

  • Watermelon
  • Tomato
  • Tangerines
  • Strawberries
  • Raspberries
  • Pineapple
  • Papaya
  • Peaches
  • Oranges
  • Mango
  • Honey dew melons
  • Grape fruit
  • Cranberry
  • Cantaloupe
  • Blueberry
  • Apples

25 thoughts on “Zero Calorie Food List

  1. Trisha

    Actually, veggies such as greens and corn do have calories and are very starchy. This means that although they are heathier foods they should be consumed in moderation.

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  2. li

    Apples may have 80 calories but im pretty sure it takes around 100 calories to burn them off! #know ya facts before you criticize

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  3. Someone

    Most fruits have a large amount of sugar (including the one’s listed), fruits are great, vitamin packed, but they are anything from being zero calorie, you should only have 2-3 servings of fruit a day, more than that can actually be bad, and 3-5 servings of Vegetables, since they don’t have sugar at all.

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  4. Nate

    Look – this is stupid! It DOES NOT take more calories to burn vegetables than you use walking slowly. Just try this thought exercise: If you eat apples all week do you really believe that you will weigh less at the end of the week? By this suggestion, if I eat 100 I would burn 1000 calories – the same as an intense 1 hour spinning session. As if!

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  5. Cara

    they mean it takes your body more energy/ calories burned to digest the food than is in the food. Example there may be 60 cal in an apple but your body will burn 100 calorie digesting it.

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  6. Jace

    You may have heard that some foods, because they are difficult to digest, will make you lose weight. Dubbed “negative-calorie foods,” citrus fruits and celery have both basked in this flattering light in fad diets over the years. The problem is that it’s not true. The calories your body burns in fueling the digestive cycle are minuscule compared with the calories in the food itself. Although chewing celery might seem like a strenuous activity, it burns about the same amount of calories as watching grass grow.

    Read more: http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1896439_1896359_1896346,00.html #ixzz1mxoWcCXm

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  7. Lisa

    eating these foods used more cal’s then they contain … the more you eat the more cal’s u burn off, it really is that simple!

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  8. charlie

    eat anything you like and live life to the full.
    it does not matter what you eat as long as you are happy.
    we will all one day leave this earth, fat or skinny.
    rich or poor, it makes little differance.
    live for pleasure in all things.

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  9. Louie

    I have been eating 0 calorie foods with one chicken beast baked a day for 1 month now and have lost 35 lbs. It has worked for me may not for everyone but it is not a diet it is a life style change I tell everyone that asks about my weight loss I hope my personal experience helps

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  10. Jenni

    Let’s all put Jace and that glorious comment of his in the spotlight. Read it. Now read it again. Breathe it and understand it. Good.
    Ladies and gents, this is what happens when you do your research.
    And in second place, Charlie’s comment for its pure beauty.

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  11. Sue

    If you fools don’t know what you’re talking about , then shutup. You DO burn calories from eating vegetables and fruits. It’s called FIBER. FIBER, makes your digestive system work harder to digest food, in a slow calorie burning healthy way. It’s obvious and true…why would you disagree smh. Suit yourselves with your ignorance lmfao.

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  12. Sue

    And Charlie your right… But uh , this article isn’t about people leaving the earth, it’s for people who want better health. Yes we all leave the earth…but you’re making it seem like we all leave the earth at the same time . The ones who live smart, will live longer.

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  13. Rachel

    Is this a joke..? A post to troll the non-intelligent? I’ve actually laughed waaay too much over this post. NONE of these are zero calories..many of them are over 100cal per serving. The sugars present, natural or not, will always be the calorie culprit in certain produce. For instance..pineapple?! Zero calories?! LOL. It’s LOADED with sugars. The digestion of these foods WILL NOT cancel out the consumed calories. Please, readers..and some posters..don’t be such an idiot. Sure, it’s very easy to lose weight when you replace garbage food with wholesome produce. But anyone that over indulges in ANY type of food, INCLUDING fruit and veggies, will hinder their weight loss. Dangit..this post is so laughable..

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    1. CrazyLogic

      I agree. I have read A LOT of information on this and I would think twice about some of the fruits listed… especially Pineapple and Mango. The glycemic index of some of these are quite high in my opinion. This means you would have a spike in insulin if you started munching on this stuff and just kept going…. Insulin spikes are the thing you need to avoid since this causes your body to collect these sugars and store them. The point is that you can eat these things to fill you up so you don’t eat a pizza and 4 happy meals…. but don’t expect to drop weight if you decide to eat 12 pineapples every day.

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  14. AtomicForby

    Now let’s see….shall we have a simple math lesson? Some people seem to be having difficulty with the concept.

    If you – burn LESS calories than you consume – what happens? That’s right, you gain weight.

    If you – burn THE SAME amount of calories that you consume – what happens? Nothing, your weight remains stable.

    Keeping up?

    If you – burn MORE calories than you consume – what happens? You lose weight.

    Not sure why some people have difficulty accepting that if your body uses more calories to consume, digest, process and eliminate certain foods, that this will lead to weight loss.

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