Are you frustrated with your weight?
Dieting can be quite a task if, like me, you are perpetually hungry and need something to munch on at all times.
Myth- Dieting is all about starving yourself. Eating in fewer quantities and surviving on liquids
Truth- Dieting is all about eating smart
Presenting 15 items you can eat without gaining weight.
An excellent source of vitamin K and C, celery is a diet friendly dish that you can afford to much on when you’re on diet control. Celery has 89% water content and antioxidants along with beneficial enzymes.
PS to retain Celery’s nutritional value make sure that you eat it fresh! It is best to consume Celery before five days of cutting. a
2. Egg whites
Eat as many egg whites as you desire for they are full of proteins. Although, for a cholesterol free diet avoid eating the egg yolks. Without the egg yolk, egg whites contain about 4 g of protein which makes as good as lean meat, poultry and fish.
Caution – Make sure the eggs aren’t fried!
3. Salad leaves
With almost zero fat content, salad leaves top the game. The salad leaves are high in fiber content that helps remove bile salts from the body. The vitamin C and Beta-carotene prevents oxidation of cholesterol
Do you like munching something while watching the movies? Are you easily bored of the greens and veggies? Presenting popcorn, albeit air fried.
Make sure you add no butter or oil
The water juicy cucumbers make an excellent breakfast or mid meal snack.
Be on the lookout for organic cucumbers since the outer layer is extremely beneficial to your body. The beta- carotene present in cucumbers are good for your eyes.
There is a lot you can do with kale. Add it to your salad bowl or eat them crisp as kale chips. They are high in iodine and have almost no cholesterol.
Caution – Keep a check on items you pair kale with, avoid rice as it is high in glycemic content.
Peas are fantastic as topping used to garnish your salads or standalone dish.
What’s more, a handful of peas contains only about 35 calories.
Incredibly rich in Vitamin A and C, grapefruit is an excellent choice for a diet conscious soul.
An unusual break from the sweet fruits, enjoy its somewhat sweet yet sour flavors.
Grapefruit works wonders for a healthy and radiant skin.
Be it any cuisine; you just can’t do without tomatoes! An elementary fruit, tomatoes have remarkable properties. Doctors believe tomatoes can fight cancer by preventing the formation of free radicals
Alpha- and beta-carotene, lutein, and lycopene and other powerful antioxidants protect your eyes from the harmful rays of the sun.
High in fiber, broccoli is a hot favorite in the diet food market. Broccoli is also a powerful antioxidant with high traces of iron, magnesium, zinc, and phosphorus
Not to forget It contains vitamin A, C, E, K.
Do you often have a sweet craving but your rigorous diet plans prohibit you from munching on some chocolates? The answer to something sweet is melons. They contain half of the daily prescribed A and C vitamin value.
Winter’s favorite strawberries are delicious to taste with many health benefits to offer. It has anti-inflammatory properties, necessary fiber, and potassium.
They are low in calories but high in vitamin C.
We recommend blackberries to those who have been on a diet for long. Whether it is your skin or hair, blackberry has it all covered.
The tangy fruit has an inventory of health benefits. The juicy fruit contains Vitamin c while the white pith contains fiber which helps in lowering cholesterol levels. So this time around make sure you don’t peel away the skin.