August 2008 Issue
Nix on Negative Calories
The theory? Some foods, like celery, cabbage, cucumbers and lettuce, provide so few calories that chewing and digesting them uses up more energy than the foods provide. The result, supposedly, is a calorie deficit and weight loss.
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