What Vegetables Help You Lose Weight?

by Sue Bond
(Basildon, Essex, UK)

You may not necessarily be aware of this, but greens can really help you lose weight as they are great natural diuretics. What this means is that they help to accelerate the flow of water out of your body preventing your from retaining water and creating that bloated look.

Greens including spinach, kale, lettuce, parsley, beet greens and water sprouts are all rich in the mineral potassium which prevents water retention by your body and encourages it to flush fluids and impurities from within.

Among the best greens for weight loss are cucumber and asparagus. Cucumbers are nearly 90% water and this will keep the body flushing fluids and feeling full.

Try to use them whenever you can, maybe on your salads or on their own as a great snack. Asparagus is by far one of the best natural diuretic foods out there, it is recommended that you eat lots of it. Just a serving or two a day minimum will do your body wonders.

In addition to being great weight loss agents, greens are better known for their many health promoting benefits. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, anti oxidants and fibre. Even though people do not like to eat their greens they are an important part of an effective safe, healthy weight loss program and to good health.

So you are encouraged to find ways to spice up your vegetables when you serve them so you do not get bored of them. For example you could sprinkle a little lemon and herbs spices or even some fresh lemon and lime juice.

You can also try many other different healthy cooking methods such as steaming to lightly cooked vegetables like broccoli and kale.

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Updated: October 31, 2012 — 3:39 pm

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