Which vegetables have the least CALORIES?

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Controlling the number of calories that we consume forms a big part of many diets, therefore it’s normal to ask how many calories are in food. Thanks to this list you can find out the number of calories in each vegetable by clicking on each vegetable. You will be able to access all the detailed information for each one.

As a general rule, vegetables should be part of a balanced diet, whether it’s a diet or not, because they contain a large number of nutrients necessary for our bodies such as fibre, calcium and proteins.

Vegetables low in calories

In the following table of vegetables low in calories, you can see the order of the vegetables which have the highest calories and the lowest calories. This ranking has been calculated on the basis of 100 grams for each vegetable. Take a look at the rest of the rankings to discover other vegetable classifications and their nutrients, for example the list of vegetables with the most calories which you can find on the right hand side.

  • Radish each 100gr. per serving ( g.)
  • Watercress 11 kcal each 100gr. 4 kcal per serving (34 g.)
  • Benefits of Lettuce Lettuce 15 kcal each 100gr. 5 kcal per serving (36 g.)
  • Cucumber 15 kcal each 100gr. 8 kcal per serving (52 g.)
  • Celery 16 kcal each 100gr. 16 kcal per serving (101 g.)
  • Courgette 17 kcal each 100gr. 21 kcal per serving (124 g.)
  • Tomatoes 18 kcal each 100gr. 27 kcal per serving (149 g.)
  • Chard 19 kcal each 100gr. 7 kcal per serving (36 g.)
  • Benefits of Chayotes Chayote 19 kcal each 100gr. 25 kcal per serving (132 g.)
  • Asparagus 20 kcal each 100gr. 27 kcal per serving (134 g.)
  • Green pepper 20 kcal each 100gr. 30 kcal per serving (149 g.)
  • Lamb’s Lettuce 21 kcal each 100gr. 12 kcal per serving (56 g.)
  • Mushrooms 22 kcal each 100gr. 15 kcal per serving (70 g.)
  • Benefits of turnips Turnip leaves 22 kcal each 100gr. 9 kcal per serving (40 g.)
  • Spinach 23 kcal each 100gr. 7 kcal per serving (30 g.)
  • Aubergine 25 kcal each 100gr. 20 kcal per serving (82 g.)
  • Kale 25 kcal each 100gr. 22 kcal per serving (89 g.)
  • Cabbage 25 kcal each 100gr. 22 kcal per serving (89 g.)
  • Pumpkin 26 kcal each 100gr. 30 kcal per serving (116 g.)
  • Cauliflower 27 kcal each 100gr. 36 kcal per serving (135 g.)
  • Mustard Greens 27 kcal each 100gr. 15 kcal per serving (56 g.)
  • Yellow peppers 27 kcal each 100gr. 50 kcal per serving (186 g.)
  • Turnip 28 kcal each 100gr. 36 kcal per serving (130 g.)
  • Chilli 29 kcal each 100gr. 26 kcal per serving (90 g.)
  • Fennel 31 kcal each 100gr. 27 kcal per serving (87 g.)

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