5 Foods That Claim to be Zero Calorie but Lied

By The Captain August 4, 2020

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5 Foods That Claim to be Zero Calorie but Lied

Spirulina

Spirulina is on our golden list of green superfoods and for good reason. This algae offers up to 60% protein along with essential nutrients like B Vitamins complex, iron and copper. It can ease symptoms of allergic rhinitis when consumed daily and you can take it as a capsule or add it to your smoothie as powder.

One tablespoon of dried spirulina has 20 calories, though, so take note of that if you consume it daily.

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