Some calorie-free foods

Whether you're seeking for healthier options to balance out Christmas sweets, aiming to eat better in the new year, or just looking for nice, healthy foods, we have some great selections.

A cup of arugula (rocket) has 5 calories. Vitamin K, fibre, and antioxidants are also in arugula. It provides 100% of the daily required dose of bone-healthy vitamin K.

Arugula

We love grilling asparagus, which only needs olive oil (healthy!) and parmesan cheese. A half-cup portion has 20 calorie, 2 gramme of fibre, 2 grammes of protein, & half your daily vitamin K.

Asparagus

Most bell peppers are sweet, but the calories don't reflect that. One cup of medium bell pepper provides 30 calories. One sweet pepper contains nearly 100% of your daily vitamin C needs.

Capsicum

Broccoli is low in calories and contains fibre, vitamins C, K, and antioxidants. A cup of chopped broccoli has 31 calories, so use it often.

Broccoli

Cabbage is a low-calorie option to bulk up a meal. One cup of cabbage—in salads, sandwiches, sides (like coleslaw), or as its own dish—has 18 calories.

Cabbage

Cauliflower is a healthier alternative to rice, pizza dough, and buffalo wings. Cauliflower has fibre, antioxidants, and 27 calories per cup.

Cauliflower

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