Low-Calorie Foods for Weight Loss That Will Keep You Full


The relationship between food energy density and variations in body weight, consuming foods with fewer calories is positively correlated with weight loss.


Consuming the equivalent of one cup of natural blueberries promoted weight loss due to their ability to stimulate fat burning during exercise.


Additionally, one cup of diced broccoli contains 82 milligrams of vitamin C, which is 90% of the daily value for this vitamin.


A traditional citrus delicacy, a grapefruit half contains a mere 52 calories. 


Almonds are therefore the ideal healthful, portable snack for staving off hunger. 

Greek yogurt

Greek yogurt is a satiating protein powerhouse with over 25 grams of protein per cup and less than 150 calories per serving.

Mediterranean Diet Anti-Inflammatory Snacks