10 foods that are mostly calorie-free

Arugula


A heaping cup of leafy, green arugula clocks in at just 5 calories. Arugula is also a solid source of vitamin K, fiber, and antioxidants.

Asparagus


A half-cup serving is only 20 calories, but also contains 2 grams of fiber, 2 grams of protein, and half the daily requirement of vitamin K.

Bell peppers


A medium-sized bell pepper,or a one-cup serving, has only about 30 calories. Surprisingly, these sweet peppers are also packed with vitamin C, with well over 100% of your recommended daily

Broccoli


Packed with fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, and numerous antioxidants, broccoli is also low in calories. A cup of chopped broccoli contains only 31 calories

Cabbage


Cabbage is an easy way to add some substance to your meal without adding too many calories.  it’s for salads, sandwiches, sides or sauteed as its own dish—contains about 18 calories.

Cauliflower


It’s no secret why cauliflower has recently replaced things like rice, pizza crust, and buffalo wings—it’s a much healthier option. it contains just 27 calories per cup.

Celery


When a food is 95% water, it’s a solid sign there aren’t many calories involved. Such is the case with celery, which has only about 15 calories per cup. 

Chard


Chard, or Swiss chard, is a leafy green that’s similar to spinach but is actually a member of the beet family. It contains only 35 calories in a cup—and that’s a cup of chopped chard

Chili peppers


They have even fewer calories. Jalapenos, for example, have about 13 calories in a half-cup serving, while serrano peppers have about 14 calories in the same serving size.

Cucumbers


All those recipes where cucumbers are used in place of tortilla chips, crackers, other foods is for good reason—a cup of cucumber clocks in at just 16 calories. It also vitamins K, C, and B

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