Foods You Can Eat a Lot of and Still Not Gain Weight

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Foods You Can Eat a Lot of and Still Not Gain Weight

Even if you’re crazy about keeping your figure, there are still foods you can eat without limitations. They’re rich in fiber while being low calorie, satiating you without the risk of gaining weight.
We at Bright Side compiled a list of such products. However, you should always make sure that your diet is well balanced with a sensible variety of foods.


Popcorn

If you fry popcorn without butter and sugar (with a little salt, for instance), you can eat it without fear. This way, a portion (about a cup) only contains 31 kcal.

Eggplant

A portion of eggplant grilled or baked without oil makes for 24 kcal, so you can enjoy this savory veggie without any limitations.

Algae

Algae, like laminaria, are the best source of iodine. They help your thyroid function normally, keeping your hormones at normal levels and preventing you from gaining weight.

Beetroot

Beetroot is a source of nutrients, such as manganese. They help burn fat, drive your muscles, and regulate your blood sugar. An average portion is just 40 kcal.

Apples and plums

One apple is only 50 kcal. It makes you feel satiated and regulates your digestion. Plums are rich in vitamin C and potassium, which maintain your heart and vessels.

Cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower

These veggies are your allies in the fight against excess weight. A portion of diced cabbage is just 7 kcal. You shouldn’t, of course, only eat cabbage and cauliflower, as their nutrients rival with iodine, but you can easily include it a couple of times a week.

Salad

Salad is a great source of folic acid, and you can eat it by the ton: one leaf of lettuce is 3 kcal.

Pineapple

This delicious fruit is the best friend of those who’re losing weight. The bromelain contained within pineapples actively splits fats and helps metabolize proteins.

Eggs

You can eat them at any time of the day, even at night, without fear of gaining weight. Of course, boiled eggs are better than fried ones.

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