20 Foods That Have Almost 0 Calories

20 Foods That Have Almost 0 Calories

Here are 20 of the BEST WEIGHT LOSS FOODS! These foods will help you get rid of that belly fat and get shredded. Fat-burning foods help you create tasty weight loss-friendly meals for a low amount of calories. Find out exactly what foods to eat for cutting and losing weight.

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Dieting so that you can burn fat from stubborn areas like your belly, love handles, and hips can be really challenging because cutting your calories can easily leave you feeling deprived, hungry, and miserable. But the good news is that there are foods that taste great and can help fill you up for almost 0 calories. So today I want to go over 20 of the best foods that fall under this category.

Starting first with Shirataki noodles. These are actually also referred to as konjac noodles or miracle noodles. And they’re called Miracle noodles for a reason. These noodles are unique because they are very filling yet very low in calories. Just an eight-ounce serving contains only about 20 calories. Meanwhile, the same amount of regular pasta could cost you as much as 300 calories. On top of the fact that shirataki noodles are low in calories, the calories come in the form of insoluble fiber. When you eat insoluble fiber you end up taking in fewer calories in the form of carbs compared to other forms of carbohydrates like soluble fiber and starches. This is because this type of fiber doesn’t get absorbed entirely. To be exact you’ll only absorb about 1.5 calories per gram of insoluble fiber compared to the four grams that you would absorb if you were eating a regular carbohydrate full of starches or sugar instead. So, this means that for an eight-ounce serving of shirataki noodles, you’ll effectively only end up with a net intake of 7.5 calories, making these noodles one of the best carbohydrates for burning fat and one of the best weight loss foods in general.
Another carbohydrate that’s similar is slim rice, and it can be used as an alternative to shirataki noodles. It only contains about 7 to 9 calories for every 100-gram serving. To put that into perspective, the same amount of brown rice would cost you a little over 110 calories. Slim rice is also gluten-free and made from non-GMO konjac flour. This is the same ingredient that’s used in shirataki noodles. But you can eat it in rice form instead, which might be more suitable for certain meals. And the good news is that the texture and consistency of the product is similar to regular rice. Now, since many of the foods. Now since most veggies are also very low in calories, it might not be a bad idea to try steaming some vegetables and serving them along with slim rice for an almost calorie-free meal. You should know that there are also many claims about konjac root having appetite-suppressing effects. Unfortunately, more studies are needed to confirm this, but if it does help suppress appetite on top of being really low in calories, then it could really help with fat loss even more, especially if you find yourself hungry throughout the day. 

Next, we have the cucumber. Cucumbers are very low in calories and very high in water content which helps fill you up. 97 percent of a cucumber is made up of water and a 100 gram serving of cucumber contains only 15 calories. which makes it easy to add cucumber to your diet without bumping up your caloric intake by much. On top of that, research indicates that cucumbers may help reduce and control blood sugar levels, which can help reduce hunger cravings caused by irregular blood sugar levels. (4) For weight loss purposes you should eat the cucumber unpeeled because it’ll increase the amount of fiber, helping you feel fuller, and the skin contains much of the vitamins and minerals. 

Another very low-calorie food happens to be sugar-free jello. This tasty snack contains only 5 to 10 calories and can help you satisfy your sweet tooth without skyrocketing your caloric intake. Aside from the low amount of calories it contains gelatin which has been shown to help reduce appetite and increase the feelings of fullness. (4.5) There are also brands that contain no preservatives, and if you buy the Jell-O pouches you can easily take them on the go with you. 

Next, we have Zucchini, and not only is zucchini mostly made up of water but it can be used to replace one of the highest calorie carbs… pasta. All you need is a spiralizer and you can very easily crank out some zucchini noodles. These noodles can be used in many delicious low-calorie meals. One simple option for example is to cook them, add salsa, and a little bit of parmesan cheese. And there are plenty of other low-calorie options like pesto zucchini pasta, that will blow your mind. Zucchini contains only 17 calories per 100 grams, meanwhile, the same amount of pasta contains 131 calories, and it’s much less filling. On top of all of that, just like a cucumber…

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  1. References

    1. Researchers found that if you have overweight people eat two cups of watermelon daily, they generally end up consuming fewer calories than they otherwise would, causing them to lose fat over time.
    https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/11/3/595

    2. “This study shows that reductions in body weight, body mass index (BMI), and blood pressure can be achieved through daily consumption of watermelon, which also improves some factors associated with overweight and obesity”
    https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/11/3/595

    3. If you blow up a balloon inside someone’s stomach it decreases the experience of hunger, which is why filling the stomch up can aid with weight loss.
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17658025/
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3414573/

    4. Research indicates that cucumbers may help reduce and control blood sugar levels, which is beneficial because it might reduce hunger cravings caused by irregular blood sugar levels.
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20614191/
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/8569244/

    4.5 "a single gelatin meal induces a rise in plasma GLP-1 followed by an increase in serum levels of insulin. These findings may be applied to maximize satiety in obese patients"https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18319637/

    5. Aside from aiding weight loss, celery might be especially beneficial for males. One animal study found that supplementing with celery leaf extract increased sperm production, which is beneficial for fertility.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4418060/

    6. Data also indicates that celery might aid blood pressure control, likely because it contains nitrates.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5372571/

    7. High blood pressure has been consistently linked to erectile dysfunction.
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    8. Just like cucumber, research indicates that zucchini might help reduce and regulate blood sugar levels, which can be beneficial for managing hunger cravings.
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18287346/
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19276533/

    9. Frequent water consumers take in 9% fewer calories.
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16421349/

    10. It’s especially beneficial to drink that water before your meals. One study found that drinking 500 milliliters of water 30 minutes before breakfast lowered calorie intake by 13%.
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18589036/

    11. Peters et al compared the effects of water and water sweetened with zero-calorie artificial sweeteners on weight-related outcomes over a 12-week weight-loss period, followed by a 40-week weight maintenance period (full-year study).
    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/oby.21327

    12. “These results suggest that NNS beverages can be an effective tool for weight loss and maintenance within the context of a weight management program.”
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    13. Artificial sweeteners are generally not harmful if you don’t take in more than the maximum recommended amount, as shown by a wide range of studies.
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17828671/
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19464334/
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    14. Walden farms dressings:
    https://www.amazon.com/Walden-Farms-Dressings-Raspberry-Vinaigrettes/dp/B0188MAZ74?th=1

    15. “Twenty-four subjects (2 males, 22 females) 20 to 55 years of age consumed 2 kiwifruits 1 hour before bedtime nightly for 4 weeks.”
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21669584/

    16. “Kiwifruit consumption may improve sleep onset, duration, and efficiency in adults with self-reported sleep disturbances.”
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21669584/

    17. Research from the University of Rhode Island showed that people who chewed gum consumed 68 fewer calories at lunch and did not compensate by eating more later in the day.
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28733151/

  2. 90% of every brand of gum contains aspartame and acesulfame which are both poisons… Trident icebreakers orbit 5 dentine juicy fruit etc all these brands contain it

  3. Thanks for info, appreciate the help! I have a question on targeting ABS while on a 900 calorie diet. I don’t see a lots of greens 😕 and im hopeful that even without them i can cut the belly fat with what you’re giving as a low calorie ideas while im working out.

  4. The problem with some of these foods are that they’re hella expensive. Like I would like to try the shirataki noodles and slim rice for example, but their price is like over 10 times more than the regular stuff so it just doesn’t make sense.. Not that I’d really "need to" but it would just give me bit more recipes to try which I would appreciate since I’m getting bit bored of cooking with similar ingredients most of the time. (atm I don’t eat any type of pasta at all and also rice quite rarely, instead I just eat usually a lot of veggies with some protein sources)

  5. I obsess with sharitaki rice, and sharitaki noodle. Also with konnyaku jelly.

    Kinda pricy but i can eat like 3 bowl.

  6. Assalamu alaikum I made a video with the new physical exercise (fitness tips) I hope you will be by my side. I would like to go further if you get encouragement

  7. Shirataki Noodles are banned here in New Zealand where I live because a woman in Australia apparently had her stomach swelled to five times it’s normal size after eating them.

  8. I found that eating one quality meal a day is the best cure against food addiction and helps greatly to lose weight while not having any other side effect other diets may have. This way, I lose about 5 kg a year, keep my muscle mass, have no cravings and am really in good health. The only exception I make is when I physically work way more than normal, on a regular base.

    Quality food is good ingredients and variety. No junk or fast food.

  9. but don’t forget – if you eat loaaads of food with low calories – fine, but this way you also stretch your stomach. portions are very important to keep in mind

  10. You list a lot of things that have artificial sweeteners in them (pickles, dressing, the sweeteners themselves), but what if you get headaches from/are allergic to artificial sweeteners? You’re just left with boring veggies and flavorless noodles?

  11. Me seeing the thumbnail: OH. SO, let me get this straight, if u eat it like that, then u will eat less calories. NOTED.
    *ALSO ME, AFTER READING THE TITLE AND WATHCED THE VIDEO*:

    😑

  12. at 4:21 100 grams of pasta has 131 calories. I dont know of any type of pasta with that calorie count. But over all this was a very good and informative video thumps up

  13. Btw y’all can eat anything you want just make sure you know how many calories is healthy for you to take in & you need to workout.

    It isn’t about eating almost no calories it’s eating the right amount of calories

  14. When he mentioned gum I was reminded of something I heard about how supposedly chewing gum tricks your brain into thinking you’re eating, so if you eat a smaller portion and then chew gum right after, your brain thinks you’re still eating and you supposedly don’t still feel hungry afterwards.

  15. Radish is hard to get from the supermarket because it is used in Japanese restaurant meals. No Australian will eat it. I’ve been interested to try radish in my meals. I can’t eat pickles. I have a food allergy to them.

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