If you’re in trouble with your weight, you don’t have to eat only vegetables or fruits to avoid calories. Some snacks and fish may have less calories. So what other foods are low in calories?
According to the news on the Fitbie website, here are low-calorie vegetables, fruits, snacks and fish:
Celery stalk: Celery stalk, which has only 5 calories, do not think that only dieters should eat. Certain phytochemicals such as “phthalides in celery stalks, which have thousands of nutritional values, relax muscle tissues in vessel walls, accelerate blood flow and help to lower blood pressure.
Green tea (unsweetened): Green tea contains plenty of antioxidants. This reduces the risk of many cancers and helps the body burn fat. According to studies, 2-4 cups of green tea per day means an extra 50 calories. That’s 2.2 kilograms a year.
Cress: If you eat about 450 grams of cress, you will get 53 calories. Besides, thanks to the vitamins A, C and K, cress is a very useful plant. In the study published in the journal “American Journal of Clinical Nutrition”, eating 85 grams of cress a day increases the level of antioxidants such as cancer-fighting lutein and beta carotene.
Spinach: If you eat 15 plates of Temel Reis’ favorite dish, you will get 100 calories. In addition, vitamin K rich in spinach calcium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, selenium is also. According to researchers at Rutgers University, spinach also contains a hormone that allows muscle tissues to repair itself faster.
Kiwifruit: Fiber, potassium and vitamin E, thanks to the kiwifruit you need to take daily vitamin C is more than meets. Consume with this peel to get maximum benefit from this fruit.
Chard: A significant amount of 16 vitamins are available. Thanks to the biceps, you can take 3 times the daily required vitamin K to strengthen your bones. According to research, biceps increases the sharpness of the mind.
Village cheese: Village cheese, which has the lowest cholesterol among dairy products, contains abundant protein. However, it contains 20 percent of the amount of salt you need to consume daily. Therefore, choose the less salty one.
Green bell pepper: Approximately 2 green bell peppers contain more vitamin C than an orange. But one-third of the calories in orange are in green pepper. Green bell peppers are also cheaper than red, yellow and orange peppers. It also contains plenty of fiber, some protein and some vitamin A.
Purslane: In some countries vegetable purslane has a large amount of Omega-3 fatty acids. In addition, scientists said that this plant contains 10-20 times more melatonin (antioxidant that stops cancer development) than other vegetables or fruits. You can eat purslane or consume raw in your salads.
Broccoli sprouts: Approximately 450 grams of this vegetable contains 100 calories. A serving of about 7 calories will meet your daily vitamin K needs. In addition, broccoli sprouts vitamin A and C, calcium, phosphate and spinach, as well as iron and protein.
Chinese cabbage: A bowl of Chinese cabbage is a potential vitamin cocktail. Vegetables contain folic acid, iron, beta-carotene and potassium, as well as plenty of cancer-fighting nitrogen compounds known as indole.
Mushrooms: Small mushrooms contain only 2 calories. The fungi in nature are rich in antioxidants called “ergothioneine”. Slice and sauté the white small mushrooms and put them on pizza, pasta or chicken.
Black summer squash: If you eat a bowl of this vegetable you can meet one third of your daily vitamin C requirement. The vegetable also contains vitamin B6 and some protein to help your immune and nervous system function effectively.
Red radish: This small and bitter vegetable is a good snack. In 6 bowls of red radish, there are fewer calories than 28 grams of potato chips. This vegetable, which also contains vitamin C, helps to facilitate your digestion process.
Star fruit: This exotic Asian fruit, which grows in Malaysia and is sweet, has very few calories. Rich in vitamin C, this fruit contains 3 grams of fiber. In addition, this fruit is a good source of polyphenol (an antioxidant that fights cardiovascular inflammation).
Cabbage: About 150 grams of 35 calories in the cabbage, free radicals, which increases the production of enzymes that damage the sulforafan contains a molecule called. According to scientists at Stanford University, this molecule increases the level of cancer-fighting enzymes.
Cauliflower: This vegetable is a substance called “isothiocyanates” that provides protection against prostate cancers. Use a combination of turmeric and cauliflower to further strengthen your defense system.
Asparagus: Approximately 900 grams of asparagus is below 200 calories. each portion of this vegetable is full of vitamin K, which protects the bones, and folate, which prevents heart disease and reduces your risk of obesity.
Plum: Plum, which is the lowest calorie level, contains half the calories of peach, apricot and nectar. In addition to vitamins A, C and K with a little fiber, there are also antioxidants in plum.
Tomato: Tomato, a good source of lycopene, is protective against prostate cancer and helps remove free radicals that age the skin caused by ultraviolet rays. Cooking tomatoes intensifies the level of lycopene, so tomato sauce, paste and even ketchup provide protection against disease.
Broccoli: This vegetable that helps fight cancer contains 3 grams of protein. If you eat a bowl of manganese, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and iron, as well as contains plenty of calcium. In addition, broccoli is rich in vitamins A, C and K.
The creek living in the creek: This white fish has little calories. A portion of the fish, which contains 20 grams of protein, meets half of your daily needs with selenium and vitamin B12. This fish also contains 286 grams of Omega-3 fatty acids. In addition, this fish is cheaper than many fish.
Strawberry: Strawberry, which is full of antioxidants, protects you against cancer and memory loss. Vitamin C in strawberries also supports your immune system. 450 grams of strawberries in half a bowl of vanilla ice cream has as many calories.
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