List Of Healthy Foods You Can Eat Without Gaining Any Weight- Eat Guilt-Free!


Our dream is to eat foods that can put no calories in our bodies. But seldom does that happen. In pursuit of the right foods to eat, we have also encountered real deals and hoaxes. Our affinity toward keeping the perfect figure yet eating everything our heart desires has been unquestionable. However, this is far from reality. The Oilier the foods are, the tastier they are. If you are in the way of changing your life and adopting a healthy lifestyle, we believe we have the perfect solutions for you. We will be listing foods that we can eat wholeheartedly without worrying about putting on weight or messing up our daily calorie count. 

List Of Healthy Foods You Can Eat Without Gaining Any Weight

List Of Healthy Foods

This list contains a mix of vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, and meats. So what makes them different?  Not only do these foods have low calories but also eating them in larger quantities doesn’t add any weight to your body. Additionally, they are also known for their superior water content which makes them free of calories and again a winner in our column. Lastly, most foods on this list are known to be full of fiber which again adds to their appeal as a calorie-free food. So without ado let’s get to the list-


Celery’s love-hate relationship with food lovers has been going on for years now. Though a popular addition to salads, it rose to prominence after its appearance in the bowls of many Insta celebrities and movie stars. However, what makes it the topper in our coveted list is its multiple qualities.

Firstly, it is full of water. It is made of over 95% water which makes it an excellent source of hydration and therefore is devoid of calories. Secondly, its fiber content promotes a feeling of fullness in individuals. This is why Weight Watchers are often seen munching on this crisp veggie which can be eaten in salads or juices or even raw.


Popularly known as the “Italian Asparagus in the Europes, its rich history speaks for itself. A distant relative of cauliflower, this green flower is full of antioxidants which can prevent oxidisation of free radicals. It’s also rich in nutrients including Vitamins, Minerals, Potassium, and Folate. You could take broccolis as a part of your soups, stir-fries, or even garnish them on your carbs.


Like all green leaves, kale is also one of the richest sources of foods that don’t add to your calorie count and is a fine choice for your weight loss food menus. Its moniker, superfood suits it right all thanks to the abundance of Flavanoids and carotenoids it has. This means it can also prevent cancer but studies have to be detailed to find the claim’s transparency. Kale is a common presence in salad dressings and smoothies which can ensure your heart health as well.


All kinds of berries are a fun addition to your desserts but unfortunately, sugar is not as forgiving as them when it comes to calories. Strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries are known to boost your immunity by increasing the production of White blood cells. Additionally, they are full of antioxidants and Vitamin C and Vitamin K. These play a crucial role in the absorption of nutrients which makes it important to digest other life-saving nutrients. Berries can be toppings on oatmeals or even as a solo mid-day meal snack or smoothie.


There is a whole debate going on about the classification of these fungi. However, not all of them are suitable to be eaten, but some like buttons, shiitake, and oysters are a delicacy. They are low in calories but their protein, fiber, and Vitamin content makes them rich in various nutrients that not only help develop muscles but also add low cholesterol to our bodies. The fat content which is usually high in protein-rich red meats is seen to be negligible when it comes to mushrooms. They are part of salads, soups, and stews that are all low in calories and can be on a weight loss meal menu.


Chinese gooseberry has gained traction in recent years like no other. Be it its appearance or tangy taste mixed with sweetness making it stand out from the rest. While all these do make it appealing, it is not what makes it a part of our list.  That would be its ability to support the digestive system, coronary system and copious amounts of fibre which leaves you satiated for a long time. Kiwi is good to be eaten without any condiments but its juices or smoothies are also considered to be delectable in its way. 


Another citrus fruit squeezes into our list and that is the grapefruit which can be found in multiple varieties including white, yellow, or pink. Being called the citrus fruit, you would have guessed its primary content is Vitamin C which helps break down all the nutrients and its transportation to other parts of the body. Grapefruit can be included in your meals like fruit salads or you could add a pinch of honey and eat it on the go.


Did you think we would skip everyone’s favorite fruit? Filled with water and a richness of multivitamins, watermelon is as colorful when it comes to adding water to your body. It’s all water and no calorie or fat quality makes it lovable and can be consumed as juice, raw, or maybe a fruit assortment.


Eating delicious meals and adding calories is an impossible task. Therefore we could go for the next best thing which is to make our dietary food as interesting as possible. All the above foods are filled with goodness and can help you lose weight if you are on a plan. However, you should know that moderation still should be your priority as some of them do contain sugar which can be excess if eaten recklessly. Exercising should also be a part of your schedule and so is getting a peaceful slumber. Over-exerting yourself and starving is not the right way to lose weight.

Dr. Jun Ren is a dedicated and experienced registered dietitian and nutritionist who is committed to helping people achieve their health goals through personalized nutrition plans. With a passion for promoting healthy eating habits and preventing chronic diseases, Dr. Ren has been able to assist numerous clients in improving their overall quality of life.

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