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    Got a veggie ?






    Ok, I've read a couple times now that eating some veggies such as broc., cal., and other high fiber ones actually take more calories to burn them off than they give off. So in a sense they are almost negative calories? It doesnt seem logical to me but im just wondering what everyone else says about this.

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    there is a whole list of negative calorie veggies

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    Negative Calorie Veggies


    Asparagus
    Beets
    Broccoli
    Cabbage (Green)
    Carrots
    Cauliflower
    Celery
    Chicory
    Chili Peppers
    Cucumbers
    Dandelion
    Endive
    Garden Cress
    Garlic
    Green beans
    Lettuce
    Onions
    Papayas
    Radish
    Spinach
    Turnip
    Zucchini

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    I wouldn't call all those veggies negative calorie



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    Maybe lettuce, celery and cucumber but that is it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodi
    Maybe lettuce, celery and cucumber but that is it.
    lol you're the boss but heres my source.....

    http://www.bodybuildingpro.com/negat...oriefoods.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodi
    I wouldn't call all those veggies negative calorie
    I agree, the positives outweigh all of the negatives.

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