Best Zero Calorie Foods

Butter Sprays


Buttery sprays claim they contain zero calories and fat per spray. But let's be real: no one ever uses a single little squirt.

Walden Farms Products


Calorie-free" products, including peanut butter, salad dressings, pasta sauce, ketchup, and syrups. With "no calories, fat, gluten, or sugars

Gum


You may think you're doing yourself a favor when you pop a piece of sugar-free gum, but most have almost 5 calories per stick

Shirataki Noodles


 These noodles are an emerging substitute for regular white pasta and they're made from glucomannan starch extracted from yam-like

Diet Soda


Diet soda is one of the sneakiest zero calorie foods on the market today. "Consuming artificial sweeteners, like the ones in Diet Coke

Sugar-Free Candies


Items like Sugar-Free Ice Breakers contain a trivial amount of calories if you're looking at one piece. However, who actually consumes just one

Fat-Free Reddi Wip


This one has trace amounts of almost 5 calories for every two tablespoons—and we all know no one uses just two tablespoons!" cautions Rosen.

Pickles


"Pickles are touted as a 'zero calorie' food since they are just cucumbers in salt water," says Whetzel. "But if you eat too many pickles

Splenda


Splenda is 600 times sweeter than table sugar, meaning you usually need just a little bit to achieve your desired sweetness

Sugar-Free Syrups


Zero-calorie" syrups are sweetened with sucralose (aka Splenda), which can add serious calories to your beverage when consumed in large amounts.

Flavored Coffee


That's not awful since you're likely only having one cup in total, but be mindful of any milk and sugar you're adding in, cautions Whetzel.

Celery


Celery is often said to be a "negative calorie food," meaning that it takes more energy to digest than the food provides. But there is no such thing as negative calories.

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