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Published on: 26 May 2016 by p-elton

5 Super Low-Calorie Foods You Might Not Be Aware Of

If you're trying to lose weight, you've probably been paying close attention to how many calories everything contains. Many people know that feeling well. The reality is - you don't have to pay TOO much attention if you know some good new foods that can be added to your diet that are super low on calories. Checking the label all the time can be difficult (or impossible in some cases), but getting a good grounding of calorie knowledge can help.

Some people think that there are a number of "negative" calorie foods - meaning you burn more eating them than they contain. The this isn't actually the case, as anyone who knows how few calories you actually burn during a particular activity would understand. however, there are a number of foods that contain so few calories they're nearly as good.

Here are some super-low calorie foods you might not have heard of:

1. Arugula

This green is lowin calories, salt and saturated fat while being high in nutrients and vitamins.

2. Asparagus

You've probably heard of this one, but are you aware how high in protein and other nutrients it is, while also being super-low calorie?

3. Celery

This one is often touted as one of those "negative calorie" foods. While we've seen how this isn't the case, it's still super low with only 16 calories per cup. It's also high in vitamin A and folate.

4. Turnips

These can sometimes be used as a lower-calorie potato substitute, and they're also a great source of fiber.

5. Cabbage

At only 22 calories per cup, cabbage is also packed with a number of other healthy nutrients, vitamins and minerals.You might be thinking, that you've actually heard of most of these - but you'd be surprised how many people avoid common vegetables in place of unhealthy convenience snacks.

Hopefully you can bulk out a few of your meals with these healthy alternatives.You can check out more great tips at http://panoramalabs.com

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