A food item is considered “negative calories” or “zero calories” when the body burns more calories digesting it, than the original calories contained in the food item itself. Here is a list of negative or zero calorie food.
Negative Calorie Foods
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Asparagus, apples, beet, blueberries, broccoli, cranberry, cantaloupe, carrot, celery, chicory, cauliflower, cucumber, dandelion, endive, garden cress, garlic, grapefruit, green bean, honeydew, hot chili peppers, lemon, lime, lettuce, mango, orange, onion, papaya, peach, pineapple, radish, raspberries, spinach, strawberries, tomato, tangerine, turnip, watermelon and zucchini.
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