Why can you eat a lot

10 foods you can eat infinitely of

Many people with weight problems dream of it: feast to their heart's content without gaining weight. Quite a few, however, only have to go overboard once to have a kilo more on the scales the next day. It's pretty frustrating. However, if you reach for the right food, you can eat as much of it as you want and don't have to worry about gaining weight!


The following 10 foods will never make you fat:

1.) Tomatoes

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Tomatoes are not only used in the preparation of a wide variety of dishes in Mediterranean cuisine. The tomato is now the most popular vegetable in Germany as well. And not without reason: tomatoes taste good and are healthy. In addition, with an average of only 9 calories per piece, they are ideal for any diet. Tomatoes contain a particularly large amount of the secondary plant substance lycopene, which gives them their typical red color. According to several studies, the carotenoid is said to lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke and even cancer. Lycopene is particularly found in cooked tomatoes, tomato paste and canned tomatoes.

2.) Pickles

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Cucumber should also be at the top of the list of frequently consumed foods for those who want to lose weight. With only 24 calories per 100 grams, the cucumber is one of the lowest calorie foods. No wonder, because it consists of 95 percent water and is therefore also suitable as a thirst quencher. In addition, the cucumber peel in particular contains a lot of vitamins B, E and C as well as iron, zinc, potassium, phosphorus, calcium and magnesium. A very tasty way to use the positive advantages of cucumber is a simple cucumber salad.

3.) Watermelon

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As the name suggests, the watermelon consists mainly of water. The 95 percent water content is also the reason why the watermelon also only has 24 calories and 8.3 grams of fructose per 100 grams. Reason enough to include them in your diet plan more often. Furthermore, the watermelon shines with plenty of vitamins C and A as well as iron. Watermelon is a real low-calorie refreshment, especially on hot days.

4.) Carrots

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The average German eats 6.5 kilograms of carrots a year. No wonder, because the orange-colored vegetables are a diet-friendly and healthy snack with 26 calories per 100 grams. Carrots are packed full of valuable ingredients: In addition to iron, potassium and calcium, they also contain a lot of vitamin A. Even one medium-sized carrot is enough to meet the daily requirement of vitamin A. Researchers from Great Britain were also able to demonstrate in a study that the plant substance falcarinol contained in carrots can protect against cancer.

5.) Spinach

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“Spinach makes you strong.” Or does it? In fact, spinach provides far less iron than many people think. It is only 35 milligrams per 100 grams. On the other hand, spinach is extremely low in calories with 16 calories per 100 grams. It contains many minerals and vitamins such as folic acid, beta-carotene and vitamin C. Since spinach is rich in calcium-binding oxalic acid, excessive consumption can lead to kidney stones and impaired bone structure. It is therefore advisable to consume the spinach together with a low-fat dairy product.

6.) Strawberries

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Whether as a smoothie, ice cream or a delicious fruit salad: strawberries are simply delicious. You don't have to pull yourself together while snacking either, because the red fruit has only 32 calories and 5.3 grams of fructose per 100 grams, and the vitamin C content of strawberries is even higher than that of oranges. Strawberries also contain a lot of folic acid, calcium, potassium and magnesium.

7.) Raspberries

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This is a health all-rounder. Raspberries, which, like blackberries, belong to the rose family, are rich in vitamins C, A and B. They also contain many flavonoids, which have blood-purifying, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. They are also said to strengthen the immune system and even prevent cancer. The raspberry leaves can also be of great benefit, especially for women. They have a contracting effect on the uterus and stimulate estrogen, which is why they can help with mood swings, menstrual pain and premenstrual complaints. Furthermore, raspberry leaves, drunk as tea or given as a tincture, help to make childbirth easier. Raspberries only have 4.6 grams of fructose and thus 43 calories per 100 grams.

8.) Konjac noodles

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In Japan, konjac noodles have long been used primarily in soups and stews. They consist of glucomannan (the fiber from the konjac root), some calcium hydroxide solution, and plenty of water. Due to their high fiber content, these special noodles keep you full for a long time, as they stay in the intestine for a very long time. The insulin level can be lowered by using konjak noodles because it increases only slowly due to the prolonged release of nutrients into the bloodstream. So you are also safe from cravings. Furthermore, the water-soluble fiber in the pasta has a prebiotic effect and therefore promotes a healthy intestinal flora. Konjac noodles only contain 8 calories per 100 grams, so you can eat as much of them as you want.

9.) Sugar-free jelly

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Sometimes you crave something really sweet. A packet of jelly in the flavor of your choice with stevia, xylitol or erythritol (as a sugar substitute) can provide a delicious and diet-friendly remedy. After all, thanks to the fact that no sugar is used, the jelly now only contains 8 calories per 100 grams, so you can have as many servings as you want. The only disadvantage: you cannot eat jelly if you have an acute cravings. It must be pre-cooked and refrigerated for a few hours before it can be eaten as a solid.

10.) Peaches

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The stone fruit tastes great and, with 42 calories per 100 grams and 8 grams of fructose, is definitely one of the lowest calorie fruits. Peaches are rich in vitamins A, B and C, calcium, iron and potassium. Due to their very sweet taste, they are ideal as a healthy substitute for sweets. So if you have cravings, you can grab it!

As you can see, there are foods that do not make you fat, even in large quantities. Other extremely low-calorie foods include iceberg lettuce, radishes, zucchini, broccoli, peppers, rhubarb, papaya, nectarine and currants. When it comes to fruit, you should generally make sure not to consume more than 80 grams of fructose per day. Otherwise there is a risk of negative consequences such as circulatory disorders or digestive problems.

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