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Lose Weight this Winter with the Help of these Vegetables

Winter season can give a blow to your health by increasing your appetite and decreasing your activity level. But, to offer you a helping hand, here is a list of vegetables that can help you lose weight in winters.

Exercise & Fitness By Vasudha BhatNov 15, 2014

The Dreadful Winter is Here!

When the winters are round the corner the first thing that strikes your head will be weight loss. Out of all the months, it is December which is considered to be the unhealthiest month. Well, that can’t be without a reason.

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The Reason

In winter, while the appetite shoots up, the level of activity takes a nose dive. But, take a chill pill! There are a few vegetables that can cut down your calorie intake and help you shed weight during winters. Here is a list of these vegetables for you.

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Potatoes

Potatoes have been infamous for scoring high on glycemic index. However, a new study from University of California suggests that eating a potato a day does no harm to your weight loss plans as long as a healthy calorie-controlled regimen is followed.

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Cauliflower

Cauliflower contains only 29 calories per cup. You can blend it into a creamy puree, roast it to taste its nutty flavour or simply eat it as a chopped salad.

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Kale

This vegetable is a great source of beta carotene, vitamin C and phytochemicals called isothiocyanates that can increase the body’s detoxifying enzymes. You can add it your soup and feel full even after consuming fewer calories.

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Spaghetti Squash

When you bake this vegetable, it transforms into delicious `noodles’ but, noodles sans calories. Serve spaghetti squash with marinara sauce and a sprinkle of Parmesan instead of regular spaghetti. While your cooked pasta contains 200 calories per cup, spaghetti squash has only 42 calories.

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Brussels Sprouts

This vegetable is a great source of fiber and contains only 28 calories per cup. Serve them at night and have a complete dose of vitamins A, C and K.

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Carrots

In place of stuffing your dinner plate with meat loafs put some roasted carrot slices to avoid busting of your waistline. Carrot will minimize your calorie intake and at the same time will make you feel full.

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