15 Foods You Can Eat A Lot Of And Still Not Gain Weight

Did you know that you can eat tons of some foods without gaining weight?

Well, it’s not tons literally, but you can sure eat as much as you want. These foods are abundant in fiber and low in calories.

Popcorn can turn into a guilt-free snack if you eat it without any butter or sugar. A cup of popcorn will give you 31 calorie.

Celery stalks are 95% water which makes them a nice option for those who want to lose weight and detoxify their body. A portion of grilled eggplant offers 24 calories.

  • Orange, grapefruits, and tangerines

Fruit isn’t often recommended to those who try to lose weight, but citruses are a juicy exception. These fruits are abundant in fiber, flavonoids, and vitamin c. citruses keep you full, enhance digestion, improve liver function, boost skin complexion, and bring health to an optimal level.

  • Melon and watermelon

A slice of these will give you 60-70 calories. Melons ease the elimination of excess fluids, and keep you full for longer.

  • Algae

Laminaria and other varieties are rich in iodine. Algae in general improve the thyroid function, and balance hormones. That’s exactly what you need when trying to lose weight.

  • Zucchini

A healthy portion of zucchini contains 42 calories. It balances electrolytes in the body, improves the intestinal tract, and reduces the energy output.

  • Cucumber

It’s one of the best vegies when it comes to losing weight. Cucumber reduces swelling and keeps you fit.

  • Beets

Beets are rich in manganese and other nutrients. This root veggie melts fat, strengthens muscles and regulates blood sugar. A serving of beets contains 40 calorie.

  • Eggs

You can eat eggs at any time of the day and you still won’t get any weight. Remember, boiled eggs are a healthier option than fried eggs.

  • Pineapple

It’s your best friend when it comes to losing weight. Bromelain in pineapples breaks down fat, and eases the digestion of proteins.

  • Apples and plums

One apple has 50 calories, keeps you full, and enhances digestion. Plums are abundant in vitamin C and potassium. These are important for your cardiovascular system.

  • Salad

It’s rich in folic acid, and you can eat tons of it. A single lettuce leaf has 3 calories.

  • Currants, cranberries, and strawberries

Currants and cranberries are abundant in vitamin C. currants are also an excellent diuretics. Strawberries are healthy, nutritious, and improve the function of your digestive tract and cardiovascular system.

  • Cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower

You need to eat more of these if you’re trying to lose weight. A serving of shredded cabbage contains 7 calories.  Add these to your weekly menu, and enjoy their power.

Extra tip:

Eat your dinner 3-4 hours before bedtime to prevent any “undesired” effects like weight gain and poor digestion.

Source: www.healthyfoodhouse.com

Other included sources linked in Healthy Food House’s article:

gohealthyteam.com
gofitstayfit.com
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