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Non-Starchy Vegetables

December 15, 2015 by  
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If you are trying to control your caloric intake, non-starchy vegetables are a great option. The low number of calories in non-starchy vegetables will afford you the opportunity to eat larger portions and feel fuller longer, while at the same time you will have a significant reduction in calories versus other types of foods. Below is a chart of a typical serving size of various non-starchy vegetables and their respective caloric impact.

chart of non-starchy vegetables and their calories

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