Does that sound too good to be true? Let me show you the foods that make that statement true they are called “negative calorie foods”. Wouldn’t it be great to know about foods that you can eat that add no calories to your daily intake, or even delete calories from the foods you have already eaten.
Negative Calorie Foods
Negative calorie foods are foods that require your body to burn more calories digesting them than they contain, so eating them leaves you down or negative in your calorie count. That would certainly give you the advantage of satisfying your hunger without destroying your commitment to dieting and losing weight.
There are several natural low calorie foods that you can eat without guilt any time you need to stave off hunger pangs,. But negative calorie foods are even better, and they are all natural foods, no need to buy any sort of pill or processed food. In fact I am sure that sticking to your diet and losing weight efficiently will be much easier knowing about some of these foods.
So let’s learn more about all of those negative calorie foods. Negative calorie foods are actually foods that have calories, but they make your body do more work to consume them then the calories they add. Your body burns calories when it is digesting any food, but with these foods it just burns more calories than it has taken in through that food so it has to burn other calories as well. Thus “negative calorie” foods.
For example, let’s say you eat a food that contains 90 calories but it takes you 130 calories to consume it. In fact your body has to burn 40 more calories then it took in just to eat it.is one such food. It takes your body a while to actually digest celery and it burns many calories in doing so. While the caloric value of celery is low the negative calorie count is high. Plus eating a cup of celery can leave you with a full feeling that also makes it easy to stay away from food.
Wow all those foods and negative calories
Other negative calorie foods include garlic, asparagus, broccoli, carrots, apples, lemons, and oranges. In addition to being hard to digest, they also require more calories for their digestion than they contain and they are foods with good nutritional value as well. So it can be very beneficial for you to consume these foods rather than other foods that are less healthy for you.
Be wary of foods that are labeled “no calorie”; take a close look at them. Many of them are nothing but a pile of chemicals. Additionally many are now being studied to determine if the chemicals actually make you hungry, forcing you to buy more of these “no calorie” chemical factories to try and stick to your “diet”.
When you are committed to eating right and losing weight remember these natural little calorie burning gifts from nature, the “negative calorie foods”.
Originally posted 2016-11-09 11:05:56.