Cauliflower pizza and rice are here to stay—for good reason! One cup of chopped cauliflower includes 27 calories, 2 g fiber, and 2 g protein.
Use a spaghetti squash or two to replace pasta, or use half noodles and half squash.
Avocados are fruits, yet we included them for their fat-burning characteristics.
Cabbage is high in fiber and low in calories. Fiber keeps you full and has few calories, making it a vital part of a weight loss diet.
Zucchini adds fiber, volume, and minerals without calories. It's neutral and adapts well to sweet and savory flavors.
Romaine lettuce is one of the lowest-calorie veggies with 8 calories per cup.
Peas have more carbs than non-starchy veggies like potatoes and corn. But green peas are high in fiber and protein, unlike other veggies.
One cup of kale has 7 calories, therefore you may fill your plate with 4–5 cups for under 50 calories.
There are many ways to sneak spinach into your diet, making it a great refrigerator staple.