Zero Calorie foods?
43 Zero Calorie Foods
Did you know that 3500 calories equals a pound of body fat? Reducing your calorie intake daily by just 100 calories can reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and joint pain (among other benefits). Eating—and burning off—less than your daily recommended calorie intake (2,500 calories for men and 2,000 calories for women) can also amount in significant weight loss.
If you’re counting calories for health or weight loss, consider increasing your intake of low, zero or negative-calorie foods. These foods actually burn more calories than they contain, and offer additional vitamins and body-loving health benefits.
What are some zero calorie foods? You’ll see some familiar fruits and veggies in this list:
At Healthy Meal Plan, we incorporate as many fresh, natural and low calorie options as possible into our home-cooked meals. If you’re looking for a quick, easy, and healthy mealtime alternative to ordering out, try us today!