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Hello Health Champions Today we're going to talk about the top 10 foods with almost zero calories, or rather the foods that are worth eating, despite the fact that they have almost no calories.
Such food is shirataki noodles and it's very popular because people love pasta.
Here they can get one with zero calories.
If you read up a little bit on it, you can read things like: it causes weight loss, it lowers cholesterol, but it can also be associated with bloating and diarrhea.
When I read things like that, I'm, not focusing primarily on the zero calories.
Some people think, oh, that must be a dream.
Food I want to know: does it really cause weight loss and if so, how does it do that? Does it do it by restoring some sort of balance in the body or does it do it by shutting something down and interfering and cause damage and same thing with lowers cholesterol? What's the mechanism bloating and diarrhea? What's the mechanism what's going on? Does this help the body or does it hurt the body? So we're going to talk about a few things to understand that aspect better what we're looking for in low calorie foods and then we're going to come back and answer the question.
If this is something you want to eat, zero calories doesn't mean that you should or shouldn't eat the food per se.
But it's the very last reason that you should use to decide if it's good for you and we have to get over this Obsession this delusion that a food is good because of what's not in it.
So we have this marketing frenzy.
Now, where we hear that things are gluten, free and sodium, free and cholesterol, free and low fat and fat free, and even though it's very important to know if you're Gluten Sensitive, you need to be able to buy foods that doesn't have gluten, but now we have the opposite, we're turning.
We go to the extreme and we say that if it's missing, if it's free of all these different things, then we pronounce it a superfood simply because of what it doesn't have and it doesn't work like that by comparison.
You know we have things like cardboard and sawdust and gravel, and they are also gluten free and zero calories, but it doesn't mean that we should start cooking with them.
We want to focus more on what food does have.
We want to remember that.
There's a purpose for eating in the first place that food is supposed to give us certain resources, we can't survive without calories and energy, and then we're also looking for some other nutrients, some micronutrients vitamins and minerals and enzymes to help us turn this into energy and building blocks.
So before we look at the calories, we need to ask ourselves: does this have anything that the body needs? Imagine if animals were as crazy as we were, and you had two cows out in the pasture and one says to the other that man, you should check out this new kind of grass I found over in the corner.
Here you can eat twice as much grass and not gain any weight, and the other cow says that just sounds really dumb, because I have a hard enough time getting enough grass in my body enough resources in my body and all I do is eat grass right or if you had two lions and they're munching away, and one says to the other that dude I found this new kind of gazelle and it's completely indigestible.
It doesn't matter how many of them you eat.
You can hunt and eat all day and you never gain any weight and the other one says well, you know I kind of like it.
The way I have I just have to hunt once and eat once a day, and it gives me everything I need.
Why would I want to change that? And that's how nature works? It has checks and Bounds.
They have mechanisms that we have hunger, because the body tells us it wants some resources.
We have satiety because the body says we've had enough for a while.
So animals are way too smart to mess with the system, but humans.
That's another story.
We don't eat only to get resources, we also eat for emotional reasons, to change how we feel and that's not all a bad thing.
We have social reasons.
We have social Gatherings, there are there's a culture around eating and that's all fine.
As long as we eat real food, then we can still make maintain this balance of hunger and satiety and getting what the body needs.
The problems start when we start compensating when we're feeling bad and we learn to eat, to change, how we feel, and then there is a trillion dollar industry of processed foods that feed into this that learn to push all our buttons with sugar and chemicals and flavor enhancers that change how we feel, and now these so-called Foods become drugs and they become addictions.
And now we have this industry to keep pushing it and we don't know how to get out of it, and this is why humans have become so foolish as to start counting calories and we're the only species on the planet that does and here's how we want to think about it to understand a little bit about why it got this way.
So if humans have been around for a really really long time time, it's something like ten thousand generations and for thousands and thousands of generations, our DNA has stayed the same.
Our genetic material that codes for our enzymes and our ability to break down food has remained pretty much the same like 99.99.
It's the same, and all of these changes with processed foods that we're talking about has happened in the last five generations.
It's such a short time that, on this scale, it wouldn't even be visible if, if I didn't draw that line a little bit thicker and for all this time, if we were to measure from a hundred percent to zero percent processed foods.
All this time, humans have had zero, zero, zero, zero, zero percent processed foods and processed sugar and abundance of sugar, and then in five generations.
It shut up to like seventy percent, and all of that happened in the blink of an eye and again humans are the only species that are eating anything more than zero percent processed foods.
So people often ask me when, if I, if I heal my body, if I reverse my diabetes and I, get healthy, when can I go back to eating normal food and that's the whole problem that we've been conditioned in this short period of five generations? To think that what we're eating now is normal food, where in actuality normal food is what they ate for these 10 000 generations and normal food is what you want to eat.
Most of maybe some people can get back to eating 80 percent, what our ancestors ate and twenty percent modern, but that number is going to vary by the different person and there's going to be some trial and error, but the more real food, that's the normal food that your DNA is meant to eat, that we've had for thousands of generations.
The more of that you eat the better off you're going to be so food, don't have a lot of calories.
We want to focus still on what they do have.
What are the benefits that they provide, and these are things like vitamins and minerals.
They have some Fiber.
They have phytonutrients like flavonoids and phenolics, and these can help with cleansing.
They have a cleansing effect on liver, River and gut, and we want to understand that, even if something doesn't have a ton of nutrients for the human cells, they might still have some benefit for the organisms living inside of us.
So they can act as prebiotics, meaning food for all of the bacteria inside us and a lot of people don't realize what that gut.
Biome does, but we have a certain amount of genetic material in our human cells.
But the total amount of genetic material in the bacteria in our gut is about 100 to 150 times greater than our human DNA, and that's the DNA that processes all the food that you eat.
It's like the first responder, it's the first layer of interaction with everything that you put in your body and part of it gets digested.
Part of it gets repackaged, but it's enormously important, so we're not only eating for our human cells.
We're also eating for those bacteria and leafy greens are a great example of what we just talked about.
So things like Romaine, green leaf, lettuce, arugula and kale they're, leafy greens and while there's some variation, some might have a little higher in a vitamin or a little bit more in a mineral.
They all kind of make up in one aspect for what another one might have and I want to talk about them.
A little differently just introduce an idea and I'm not saying that this is like a scientific measurement.
But it's just a way of thinking about it.
That sugar is something that gets into the bloodstream very very quickly and leafy greens have basically sugar, water and fiber.
They have very little else and the sugar gets up very quickly.
But if it's packaged in with a lot of water and a good amount of fiber, then that sugar is released so slowly and it's such a small amount and goes out so slowly that you don't have to worry about it at all that you can eat as much as you like of these and here's.
The reason when we divide the Sugar by the fiber we get 0.6, 0.60706, so very, very low numbers and then a good amount of fiber to buffer and then there's this idea called a zero-sum calorie that if it costs more to digest it and break it down, then the energy we can derive for it.
Then it's basically a zero sum calorie or me in some cases, even negative.
So this is an interesting concept and there's definitely some truth to it.
It does work like that.
However, it's never been proven and it's never been Quantified, so we don't really know any numbers or how much to what degree it works like that, but I prefer still not to pay any attention to it, because it's irrelevant again it brings back the focus to what's not in the food if we focus all on zero calories, we're placing a value, we're assigning a value to what's not there and it's the wrong way to think about food and what about fruits? We hear all the time eat more fruits and vegetables, fruits and vegetables and I'm not saying that they're, not good, but I'm saying we should not group them together.
We should not lump them together as if it was the same thing and because of that more isn't always better.
So let's look at these numbers based on what we just heard that the idea that, if we spend more than we get, then we can have all kinds of different foods with zero calories and they've included things like apples and apricots and watermelon in this, but here's how it's very different from other types of vegetables, other types of plants.
If we divide the Sugar by the fiber we get 4.3 4.6 and a whopping 15.5 and a lot of people put watermelon on every list.
You see is no sugar, no calories, no, this or that, but it has a ton of sugar and it really has nothing else.
It has virtually no fiber, it has a lot of water, but it requires no chewing.
You can put watermelon in your mouth and swallow straight away pretty much and that's why you can eat a lot of it, even if one little Cube doesn't have much sugar or calories by the time.
You you finish, you've eaten a lot and there was no fiber to slow it down.
What about non-starchy vegetables? How do they compare? Let's look at celery, cabbage, asparagus, cauliflower and broccoli.
If we do the same division, we find celery.
Has a 1.1 cabbage, 1.3 asparagus 0.6, pretty much like the leafy greens, cauliflower, 1.2 and broccoli again kind of like the leafy greens.
It has a little bit more carbs, but it's balanced out by more fiber and that's how you want to think about it that these are very different from fruits.
So again you can have almost as much of the leafy greens and non-starchy vegetables as you want and you're not gonna really make your blood sugar fluctuate, but fruits.
It's a different story.
It doesn't mean you can never eat it, but get away from the idea that more is better and then berries very interesting because that's always lumped together with the fruit and how do they compare raspberries, Blackberry, strawberries and blueberries.
Now, if we do that division, we find that raspberries are 0.4 less than a tenth of the other fruits that we looked at and still they're, usually grouped together, Blackberry 0.7, strawberries, 1.6 and blueberries 2.1.
So we can see that raspberries and blackberries in this regard, I'm not saying that they're the same thing, but in this regard, they're more like the non-starchy vegetables and the leafy greens, whereas strawberries and blueberries have less fiber a little more sugar in the blueberry, so that ratio creeps up a little bit.
But remember you can't live on nothing, so don't try to eat only low calorie foods.
That's not going to work and I often tell people to not count calories and with that I mean don't count the calories as an absolute number and just try to reduce it to deprive yourself because that's going to backfire, if you feel deprived, you can suffer for a few weeks, but then it's going to backfire.
The only way you're going to have long-term success is to eat Quality Foods of the right balance to get entirety.
So counting calories is okay, but only in the sense of comparing foods and understanding the nature and the characteristic of a food.
So you understand how to compare them and how they relate, but don't count calories to try to just cut back.
That's not going to work.
What you want to do, then, is to find the best balance, and that is the best balance for you.
Not what someone else says.
You understand the mechanisms and then you start playing around with them and even though they're good low calorie foods, you don't want to think of it as giving up dense foods.
You still want the dense foods with the proteins and the fats because they provide the building blocks and the long-term satiety that's going to keep you from overeating, and then you add in the foods, with the lower calorie density and in those you're still looking for some thing: you're looking for high nutrients, high fiber and high bulk and here's how you can play around with that.
So let's say that you've been eating this much food and that you had a certain proportion of it that was dense food with fat and protein and another percentage of low calorie foods, low density, calorie foods.
Now you have two ways to play with this: either you eat high quality foods and because you do that, you can reduce the quantity and still be satisfied, but you're still eating the same proportion and your body gets what it needs.
Another way would be to eat the same volume, quantity or even a larger volume.
But now you cut back on the amount of high density, the fat and protein, and instead you increase the bulk of low density foods.
That still has the fiber and the good quality nutrients, and now you're all wondering what about those shirataki noodles? Where do they fit into what we've talked about? Well, they do have zero calories, but the reason is that they are fiber only so they don't have much of anything else, but that's not a totally bad thing, because we do need some Fiber and it's not an artificial food.
The fiber comes from a root and the fiber is called glucomannan.
It's been used in Asian cooking for centuries, so it's not like a synthetic or man-made product.
It's still a natural thing, just remember that it's fiber supplement.
Essentially it doesn't have any flavor doesn't have any nutrients, but you can add things on top of it that have nutrients and does it cause weight loss? No, it can assist the body with weight loss if you eat it as part of your diet and you eat other good, healthy foods with it that help stabilize blood sugar, then it can assist in weight loss and what about the bloating and the diarrhea? Well, the fiber that you eat goes down and it's digested by your gut bacteria, so the result is going to depend on the quantity and the type and the balance of gut bacteria that you have and also how much of this stuff you eat at a time.
So with any fiber.
It's a good idea to add it gradually to let your gut bacteria develop and change around a little bit until they get used to it.
So you're going to regulate you're gonna, build up more of certain kinds and and reduce other kinds depending on the food you eat, and this food is no different.
Your gut bacteria always adapt to the type of foods you eat.
So just realize it's not a superfood.
It's basically a fiber supplement that you can have in conjunction with other food.
If you eat sensibly overall and like with all other Foods, don't turn it into to a food group on its own.
Variety is always best, but now here's the thing, one of the best ways to find that perfect balance for you is to know your Baseline and if you didn't see, last week's video, that's where I was talking about how you can do blood work.
And if you understand what those markers mean you can catch imbalances much much sooner and you can get a truer picture of where you are, for example, if you're more or less insulin resistant, you can also find out some markers that most people don't test for most doctors never test for things like homocysteine or ferritin, and if homocysteine and ferritin are high, then you can actually aggravate insulin resistance.
You can promote insulin resistance simply by those two markers being elevated and because most people have no idea, and unfortunately, most doctors have no idea I'm about to launch a a blood work course, where I'm going to teach over eight weeks and help.
You understand your blood work so that you can truly take charge of your own health, get some blood work and understand what it means.
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While celery, apples, strawberries, and lemons are often cited as examples of zero-calorie foods, the truth is that nothing except water is truly zero calories.What are some 0 calorie foods? ›
- #1: Water. The only true zero calorie food (or drink) is water. ...
- #2: Black Coffee. ...
- #3: Watercress. ...
- #4: Herbs. ...
- #4: Iceberg Lettuce. ...
- #5: Swiss Chard. ...
- #5: Cucumbers. ...
- #6: Pickles.
While celery, apples, strawberries, and lemons are often cited as examples of zero-calorie foods, the truth is that nothing except water is truly zero calories.Are pickles 0 calories? ›
Including pickles in your diet as a healthy snack can help you shed pounds, thanks to their low calorie count. A cup of dill pickles — regular or low sodium — has just 17 calories. Even if you're following a very restricted diet of 1,200 calories per day, that's less than 2 percent of your daily calorie allowance.What are 10 empty calorie foods? ›
- Soft drinks, sports drinks, sweet tea, lemonade and energy drinks.
- Junk food and fast food.
- Candy, including hard candies and sweet or sour chews.
- Cakes and donuts.
"Pickles are touted as a 'zero calorie' food since they are just cucumbers in salt water," says Whetzel.What fruit has lowest calories? ›
- Berries. Be it blueberries, blackberries, strawberries or raspberries, all types of berries are rich in antioxidants, vitamins and fibre. ...
- Stone fruits. ...
- Citrus fruits. ...
- Grapes. ...
- Apples (and pears) ...
- Kiwis. ...
- Papayas. ...
- Eggs. ...
- Leafy greens. ...
- Fish. ...
- Cruciferous vegetables. ...
- Chicken breast and some lean meats. ...
- Potatoes and other root vegetables. ...
- Beans and legumes. ...
Popcorn is high in fiber, relatively low in calories and has a low energy density. These are all characteristics of a weight loss friendly food. With 31 calories per cup, air-popped popcorn contains much fewer calories than many popular snack foods.Is 0 calories good? ›
In fact, zero calorie foods cause us to gain weight in several ways. These include: Dampening your natural fat burners. The body burns a lot of calories trying to turn a pat of butter into a pat of you.
An ideal daily intake of calories varies depending on age, metabolism and levels of physical activity, among other things. Generally, the recommended daily calorie intake is 2,000 calories a day for women and 2,500 for men.How are cucumbers 0 calories? ›
Since cucumbers are mostly water, they're very low in calories — a half-cup (52 grams) has only 8 ( 23 ).How many calories in a pound? ›
Your weight is a balancing act, but the equation is simple. If you eat more calories than you burn, you gain weight. And if you eat fewer calories and burn more calories through physical activity, you lose weight. In the past, research found about 3,500 calories of energy equaled about 1 pound (0.45 kilogram) of fat.Is peanut butter empty calories? ›
"Convenience foods," like packaged snacks, chips, and sodas, are common sources of empty calories. Nutrient-rich foods, on the other hand, have a lot more nutrients in relation to their calories. A few examples are vegetables, peanut butter, bran cereal with fruit, and fish.Are pancakes empty calories? ›
Traditional pancakes, like the ones you order at your favorite diner, consist of mostly empty calories without many nutrients. Pancakes, one of the most popular breakfast foods, are made from these main ingredients: eggs, butter, milk, and flour.Are crackers empty calories? ›
Crackers may seem like they would be good snack choices. But if you look on the ingredient labels, they're usually just white flour with partially hydrogenated fat -- neither of which does much for the nutritional value of your diet. Calories and fat can add up quickly here, too.Is popcorn OK for weight loss? ›
Because of popcorn's high fiber content, its low calorie count and its low energy density, popcorn is considered to be a food that can aid in weight loss.What foods keep you full the longest? ›
- Whole Grains. Whole grains, such as brown rice, whole wheat bread, and whole wheat pasta, are linked to weight control and maintaining a healthy weight. ...
- Greek Yogurt. ...
- Avocado. ...
- Oatmeal. ...
- Red Chili Pepper. ...
- Fish. ...
- Nuts. ...
- Beans and Legumes.
Croissants, cakes, and doughnuts registered as the least filling foods. They're relatively calorie dense, high in fat, and rewarding only in the short-term.Do cucumbers have calories? ›
Cucumbers could potentially help you lose weight in a few different ways. First of all, they are low in calories. Each one-cup (104-gram) serving contains just 16 calories, while an entire 11-ounce (300-gram) cucumber contains only 45 calories (1).
- Water. Plain or carbonated water contains no calories and will keep you hydrated during a fast.
- Coffee and tea. These should mostly be consumed without added sugar, milk, or cream. ...
- Diluted apple cider vinegar. ...
- Healthy fats. ...
- Bone broth.
For example, to lose 1 to 2 pounds a week — a rate that experts consider safe — your food consumption should provide 500 to 1,000 calories less than your total weight-maintenance calories. If you need 2,325 calories a day to maintain your current weight, reduce your daily calories to between 1,325 and 1,825.What is the lowest calorie vegetable? ›
- Arugula. A cup of arugula (20 g) contains approximately 5 calories . ...
- Radishes. Radishes are a good source of potassium, folate, and vitamin C, with one cup of radish slices (116 g) clocking up just 18 calories .
- Asparagus. ...
- Green or black olives. ...
- Peppers. ...
- Tomatoes. ...
- Celery. ...
- Iceberg lettuce.
- Apple. Fresh and crunchy apples are packed with healthy flavonoids and fibres that may help burn belly fat. ...
- Tomato. The tangy goodness of tomato may do wonders to cut your belly fat. ...
- Guava. ...
- Strawberries. ...
- Try cardio for weight loss. ...
- Eat fewer refined carbs. ...
- Counting calories. ...
- Choose better beverages. ...
- Eat slowly. ...
- Add fiber to your diet. ...
- Eat a high protein breakfast. ...
- Get enough sleep every night.
High-fiber foods not only provide volume but also take longer to digest, making you feel full longer on fewer calories. Vegetables, fruits and whole grains all contain fiber. Popcorn is a good example of a high-volume, low-calorie whole grain.What three foods make you lose weight? ›
One study found that some foods — including fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains, and yogurt — were connected with weight loss.What snacks can you eat all day and not gain weight? ›
- Broccoli and cauliflower.
- Berries (strawberries, blueberries, blackberries)
When temptation calls, answer with our Monin Natural Zero Chocolate. Add this fudgey favorite to your specialty coffee beverages for a real treat with full flavor, balanced sweetness, and zero sugar, calories or artificial ingredients.How do you eat low calories? ›
- Swap your snack. Many people reach for a snack or two in between meals. ...
- Cut one high-calorie treat. Try to remove one high-calorie food item each day. ...
- Do not drink your calories. ...
- Skip seconds. ...
- Make low calorie substitutions. ...
- Ask for a doggie bag. ...
- Just say "no" to fried food. ...
- Build a thinner pizza.
So should you put down that apple and grab a bowl of popcorn instead? "Popcorn is most definitely a healthful snack option," say SELF contributing editors Stephanie Clarke and Willow Jarosh, registered dietitians and co-founders of C&J Nutrition.Is microwave popcorn a healthy snack? ›
The researchers found that people who ate microwave popcorn every day over the course of a year had levels of PFAS that were up to 63% higher than average. Considering the questions that continue to surround the safety of consuming PFAS, we think it would be reasonable to curtail the daily use of microwave popcorn.Is water zero calories? ›
Plain water is calorie-free. Calories come from three nutrients in your diet — carbs, fats, and proteins.What are free foods? ›
Free Foods are those foods that are lower in calories for their weight (low energy dense foods) that help fill you up and leave you feeling satisfied for longer. This means you can eat them freely – no weighing, no counting, no measuring – and still lose weight beautifully.Is Diet Coke really 0 cal? ›
Diet coke is a mixture of artificial sugars, additives and carbonated water. Although it has no calories, the nutritional value isn't much either. The caffeine content contributes to dehydration and can be very addictive.How many calories are in one egg? ›
However, on average a single medium-sized egg will contain around 66 calories, an average small egg will contain around 55 calories and an average large egg around 80 calories.How many calories should I eat a day by age? ›
|Female||4-8 9-13 14-18 19-30 31-50 51+||1,400-1,800 1,800-2,200 2,400 2,400 2,200 2,200|
|Male||4-8 9-13 14-18 19-30 31-50 51+||1,600-2,000 2,000-2,600 2,800-3,200 3,000 2,800-3,000 2,400-2,800|
On average, a person will burn at least 1800 calories a day without exercise. To lose weight, you must be in a calorie deficit. Caffeine supplements can help you achieve this state by boosting your BMR to promote fat burning.Is rice low in calories? ›
Overall, rice is a low-calorie food. However, most rice types add extra calories to your diet and may even be high on the glycemic index, making them worrisome for those who have diabetes. Before consuming rice, consider how it may work in a weight loss diet.How many calories do you burn sleeping? ›
How Many Calories Do You Burn While You Sleep? As a very approximate number, we burn around 50 calories an hour. View Source while we sleep.
However, other studies show that while consuming 1,000 calories a day may result in significant weight loss, most people cannot sustain it and often experience significant weight regain . The reasons include regaining lost muscle mass and increased appetite. Also worth noting is that the human body can adapt.What is the 0 calorie rule? ›
For terms such as "calorie free", no calories" "zero calories", The foods must contain less than 5 calories per typical serving amount. If the food naturally meets this condition without any special processing, then this must be described. For example "cider vinegar, a calorie-free-food"What does 0 calories do? ›
But are there foods and drinks that have zero or negative calories? “The concept of these so-called zero or negative calorie foods is that you'll burn more calories in digesting them,” in essence, cancelling them out, according to Tara Miller, a holistic nutritionist in Toronto.Does 0 calories mean 0 calories? ›
Zero calorie foods are also a go-to for many in order to satisfy cravings. I hate to break the myth here, but zero calories on a food label does not mean it truly is zero calories. Although the amounts consumed for some foods might not add up to be significant, that is not always the case.What happens if you eat 0 calories a day? ›
After eight hours without eating, your body will begin to use stored fats for energy. Your body will continue to use stored fat to create energy throughout the remainder of your 24-hour fast. Fasts that last longer than 24 hours may lead to your body to start converting stored proteins into energy.Is water really 0 calories? ›
Plain water is calorie-free. Calories come from three nutrients in your diet — carbs, fats, and proteins.What are zero calorie vegetables? ›
It's true that fruits and vegetables are lower in calories than many other foods, but they do contain some calories. If you start eating fruits and vegetables in addition to what you usually eat, you are adding calories and may gain weight.Are Tic Tacs really 0 calories? ›
Anything with less than 5 calories per serving can be listed as “0 calories” on a nutrition label. In reality, Tic Tacs have 1 and a half calories each, so an entire container of 60 has a total of 90 calories.Is Coke Zero really Zero calories? ›
Coke Zero does not provide any calories and is not a significant source of nutrition. One 12-ounce (354-ml) can of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar (Coke Zero) offers (1): Calories: 0. Fat: 0 grams.