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The only way to lose weight is to cut off food and decrease the calorie intake. Yes, that is what most of you believe in. If that is your case, you are probably not aware of all those foods with negative calories.

What does negative calorie balance mean?
It is provided by foods that gives the body less calories than it needs to digest them, but still keep us full of energy.

Which foods have negative calories?

Foods with low glycemic index and high amount of fiber have negative calories. Add more fruits, vegetables and healthy herbs to your grocery list. These foods boost metabolism and the production of enzymes, and thus trigger the body to spend its reserves.

Vegetables recommended: asparagus, green beans, beets, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, radishes, cucumbers, peas, Chinese cabbage, leek, lettuce, chicory, spinach, tomato

Fruits recommended: apples, blackberries, cranberries, grapefruit, raspberry, lemon and lime

Spices and herbs recommended: cinnamon, cloves, chili, coriander, flaxseed, garlic, ginger, onion, parsley



These foods affect the body positively, and we have listed some of them:

  • Improved metabolism
  • Increased energy
  • Balanced blood sugar
  • Improved digestion and proper colon cleansing
  • Liver cleanse, more efficient fat digestion
  • Prevention against inflammation
  • Reduced blood cholesterol
  • Improved concentration
  • Reduced stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Better sleep
  • Younger skin, renewed hair and strengthened nails

For a substantial and natural weight loss eat at least 2 pounds of foods a day. Remember, always eat your food fresh and unprocessed. Blending it is fine, but only if you eat it immediately. Always blend raw or shortly cooked foods.

Do not combine these foods with oil, high-calorie foods or sweets.

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