Negative Calorie Foods FAQsWritten by www.NegativeCalorieFoods.com
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- What is negative calorie effect?
Whatever food we eat, our body has to work hard to digest and absorb. There are certain foods that require more calories to digest than their own calories. The overall effect of these foods in our body is that of using calories from body in process of digestion.
- What are negative calorie foods?
Negative calorie foods require more calories to digest than their own calories. This results in a negative calorie balance.
- Give some examples of such foods.
There are several foods available in nature with negative calorie properties. Some such foods are asparagus, broccoli, beets, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, cucumber, carrot, garlic, papaya, spinach, turnip, zucchini, apples, oranges, lettuce, grapefruit, pineapples, strawberries, and raspberries.