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No, but there are a few that are considered "negative calorie food" because the body burns more calories trying to process them than the food has in it. Celery is one of these, I don't remember others offhand but I'm sure an internet search could help with that.
Eat boiled eggs (for example) you burn more calories digesting them than they provide. Mushrooms are zero (raw, of course). So are olives. What is the point of this damned question?
I think our bodies are sophisticated machines with age-old programming, so even if there were soemthing like a no calorie food, our body would expect some energy intake when the right stimulus was given and it would react soon after with giving you a crazy craving for some high calorie intake. That's why they use saccarin as powerful fattening tool for industrial meat production.
The whole low fat, no fat foods make us fat! Our body is not tricked out so easily! And the food industry makes millions with giving us that stuff and telling us the lies about enjoying immense amounts of food without regret. They have us on the hook, then.
by Roberta Kyle6 years ago
What are " empty calorie foods"? Can you name some I should stay away from and tell me why?
by dinkan537 years ago
climbing up 10 floors= 120 calories20 chips=110 calories1green tea=15 caloriesShare your knowledge of calorie counting
by dinkan536 years ago
Can you really eat more and lose weight?
by Bbohall2225 months ago
How are we supposed to now how much calories to intake, or the amount of servings, how manytimes per day we are supposed to eat, and things of that nature??
by tipstoretireearly5 years ago
Will you change your order at McDonald's once they list the calorie count for each item on the menu?
by David Stillwell6 years ago
When trying to weight, do you find diet choice more important than counting calories?
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