Broccoli In terms of weight reduction, 1 cup of cooked broccoli offers 5 g of satisfying fiber and 3.7 g of protein.
Bell Peppers One cup of raw pepper slices offers 24 calories and 2 g fiber. Peppers may be dipped in hummus.
Carrots Carrots have three times the fiber of leafy greens per cup at 3.5 g. And 52 calories per cup is low.
Spinach Spinach is a great refrigerator staple because there are various ways to eat it. It tastes and feels gentler than kale.
Kale Kale contains 7 calories per cup, so you may fill your plate with 4–5 cups for under 50 calories.
Green Peas Corn and peas are starchy vegetables with more carbs than non-starchy veggies. Unlike other vegetables, green peas are high in fiber and protein.
Zucchini Zucchini roasts well and cooks rapidly on the stove, making it easy to add to spaghetti and stir-fries.
Cabbage Weight reduction diets should include enough fiber to keep you full and low in calories. Like broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower.
Cauliflower For good reason, cauliflower is here to stay, from pizza to rice! One cup of chopped cauliflower includes 27 calories, 2 g fiber, and 2 g protein.
Spaghetti Squash Low-fat and high-fiber, it's satisfying and healthful. If you have diabetes and need to limit carbs, it won't raise your blood sugar like pasta.