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Low-calorie vegetable options that promote weight reduction

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By Scott

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1. Celery

Celery aids digestion and lowers cholesterol. Protein-rich celery stalks with peanut or almond butter are a popular snack.

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2. Zucchini

Zucchini, sometimes known as courgette, is a summer squash that resembles a cucumber. It provides trace levels of zinc, copper, and phosphorus.

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3. Radishes

Radishes are a great addition to your diet since they contain chemicals that lower cancer risk.

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4. Endive

Endive, a chicory leaf vegetable, is related to sugarloaf and radicchio. Both curly endive and escarole are phytonutrient-rich.

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5. Swiss chard

Swiss chard is one of the greatest vitamin K sources, giving roughly four times your daily requirement per cup.

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6. Asparagus

Also known as the spear of the vegetable world, asparagus is a delicacy at times. Saponins give it antitumor and immunity-boosting effects.

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7. Bell peppers

Green pepper juice may reduce weight growth. Red bell peppers are rich in capsaicin, which may help burn fat.

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8. Purslane

Purslane may be in your garden now. Gardeners dismiss this Indian plant as a weed. Purslane is nourishing, thus this shouldn't happen.

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9. Rapini

Rapini is a green cruciferous vegetable sold as broccoli rabe in the US. Plant leaves, stems, and buds are edible.

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10. Radicchio

Radicchio looks like cabbage and is purplish-maroon with white streaks. Its high antioxidant activity protects cells from free radical damage.

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