Calorie Counts for Vegetables

All Foods > Vegetables

  • 1.    Alfalfa

    Alfalfa sprouts are very low in calories, high in dietary fiber, and are a great source of vitamin C, niacin, calcium, as well as thiamin, riboflavin, folate, and iron.

  • 2.    Artichokes

    Artichokes are a good source of Niacin, vitamin B6, Iron, Phosphorus, as well as dietary fiber and will help to promote healthy muscle contractions.

  • 3.    Asparagus

    Asparagus is a great source of vitamin K and provides a number of B vitamins as well as iron, folate, and zinc to help support high energy levels.

  • 4.    Baby Carrots

    Baby carrots are quick and convenient to eat so are perfect for snack time and will provide you with a great dose of vitamin A, vitamin K, dietary fiber, as well as vitamin C to help support a strong immune system.

  • 5.    Beets

    Beets are very rich in folate and manganese and can help to reduce the inflammation levels in the body and provide detoxification support.

  • 6.    Broccoli

    Broccoli is high in vitamin C and K and is excellent for fending off free radical damage while helping to improve your overall cholesterol levels.

  • 7.    Brussels Sprouts

    Brussels sprouts are an excellent cholesterol lowering food and will also ward against cancer development while providing vitamin K, C, as well as a number of B vitamins in your diet.

  • 8.    Cabbage

    Cabbage is one of the best cancer fighting vegetables as it contains a number of antioxidants and is also a rich source of vitamin K, vitamin C, folate, as well as dietary fiber.

  • 9.    Carrots

    Carrots are very high in vitamin A content and will help to promote healthy eyesight while improving your heart health as well.

  • 10.    Cauliflower

    Cauliflower is very high in vitamin C providing almost 100% of your total daily requirements in a 100 gram serving and helps to detoxify the body while reducing the amount of inflammation present.

  • 11.    Celery

    Celery is a high in vitamin K content, will provide you with a number of B vitamins, and can help to reduce your blood pressure levels while acting as a diuretic in the body.

  • 12.    Cherry Tomatoes

    Cherry tomatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, as well as vitamin K and will promote a strong cardiovascular system while also enhancing your bone strength.

  • 13.    Collards

    Collards are great for lowering your cholesterol level while detoxifying the body and providing anti-inflammatory benefits.

  • 14.    Corn

    Corn is a very good source of dietary fiber and is also high in antioxidant activity so will help to defend against cancer-causing free radicals you come into contact with.

  • 15.    Corn On The Cob

    Corn on the cob is a tasty way to enjoy corn that offers a sweet taste and is high in dietary fiber and carbohydrate energy for the muscle cells.

  • 16.    Cucumbers

    Cucumbers are high in vitamin K, rich in vitamin C and will contain mostly water, so are very low in calories and easy to add into any diet plan.

  • 17.    Edamame

    Edamame is low in sodium and will contain a good dose of healthy fats, protein, as well as dietary fiber, so will help to keep your hunger levels lower while boosting your metabolic rate.

  • 18.    Eggplant

    Eggplant is a great source of dietary fiber as well as manganese and will provide strong cardiovascular health protection while defending your body against free radicals.

  • 19.    Garlic

    Garlic can help to improve your metabolic rate, boost your cardiovascular health, and add more taste to your meals, reducing the amount of calorie containing condiments you need to add to them.

  • 20.    Green Peas

    Green peas are a good source of vitamin K, B vitamins, and vitamin C, so they will help to support a strong immune system along with regulate your blood sugar levels.

  • 21.    Horseradish

    Horseradish is a low calorie condiment that will add zing to any dish and will also offer a good dose of calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, as well as manganese.

  • 22.    Jalapenos

    Jalapenos are high in dietary fiber, provide a powerful source of vitamin C, and will also help to boost your metabolic rate for hours after you consume them.

  • 23.    Kale

    Kale is a vegetable that is especially good for helping to reduce your cholesterol level while detoxifying the body and reducing your risk of developing cancer.

  • 24.    Leeks

    Leeks are a great source of vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C, as well as folate and will help to promote a healthy cardiovascular system while protecting you against cancer as well.

  • 25.    Lettuce

    Lettuce is a great source of vitamin A, K, and C if you choose the romaine variety which is most nutrient dense and will hardly provide any calories to your daily diet.

  • 26.    Mixed Vegetables

    Mixed vegetables are a good source of fiber, antioxidants, vitamin A, and vitamin C and will help you manage your body weight due to their hunger busting benefits.

  • 27.    Mushrooms

    Mushrooms are a vegetable that's a higher source of protein and will also help to protect against cardiovascular disease and may help to ward off breast cancer in women.

  • 28.    Okra

    Okra is a low calorie vegetable that will provide you with plenty of fiber to help keep your hunger levels under control while also supplying you with plenty of riboflavin, niacin, vitamin A, vitamin C, thiamin, as well as folate.

  • 29.    Olives

    Olives are a source of healthy fats in the diet and will help to boost your cardiovascular condition while keeping your blood sugar levels stable.

  • 30.    Onions

    Onions are a very good source of flavonoids and will offer you a great dose of vitamin C, dietary fiber, as well as vitamin B6, while adding a pleasant flavor to the foods that you're preparing.

  • 31.    Parsnips

    Parsnips are high in dietary fiber, rich in vitamin C, and are a great source of vitamin K, folate, as well as manganese.

  • 32.    Peas

    Peas do contain more carbohydrates than some other leafy vegetables but will also provide a great source of protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, as well as dietary fiber, so should be added to a well-balanced diet plan.

  • 33.    Peppers

    Peppers are an excellent source of carotenoids and will help to foster healthy eyesight while promoting a strong immune system that wards off viruses and disease.

  • 34.    Pickles

    Pickles are relatively low in calories but can have some added sugars in the brine that they're prepared in and are also very high in sodium so should be consumed in moderation on your diet plan.

  • 35.    Pumpkins

    Pumpkins are often used to bake pumpkin pies which are high in calories, but if you eat it in its natural state, it's a fat free food that's a great source of thiamin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, as well as iron, and magnesium.

  • 36.    Radishes

    Radishes are low in calories and offer a good amount of protein, vitamin C, dietary fiber, and will help to provide calcium to promote strong bones.

  • 37.    Sauerkraut

    Sauerkraut is made from cabbage therefore will provide strong cancer fighting benefits while also offering you a good dose of vitamin C, iron, vitamin B6, and folate to maintain energy levels and a proper growth process.

  • 38.    Seaweed

    Seaweed is an excellent source of iron in the diet so it will help you maintain higher energy levels while also providing you iodine and vitamin K, which is important for the blood clotting process.

  • 39.    Shallots

    Shallots are low in calories and will quickly add taste to any dish you're preparing and will be a terrific source of vitamin C, folate, as well as potassium.

  • 40.    Snow Peas

    Snow peas offer a crunchy taste that is great when added to a number of different dishes and will also provide you with a great source of vitamin K, vitamin C, as well as the B vitamins that help you maintain higher energy levels.

  • 41.    Spinach

    Spinach is a top source of vitamin K in the diet and will also provide you with a high dose of vitamin A, manganese, as well as folate, can help to reduce the level of inflammation in the body while also promoting strong bones.

  • 42.    Squash

    Squash is very high in antioxidants, will provide you with a great dose of vitamin C, and can help to regulate your blood sugar levels so that you don't experience energy crashes throughout the day.

  • 43.    Succotash

    Succotash is a low calorie vegetable that offers one gram of both fiber as well as protein and is also going to be a great source if iron, magnesium, thiamin, as well as potassium.

  • 44.    Tomatoes

    Tomatoes are very rich in lycopene content so will help to promote a healthy prostate while improving your cholesterol profile and providing strong flavonoid support.

  • 45.    Turnips

    Turnips are a rich source of manganese in the diet and will provide you with a small amount of iron, while helping to provide relief for those who are suffering from inflammatory bowel disease as well as rheumatoid arthritis.

  • 46.    Vegetable Melons

  • 47.    Vegetables

    contain a source of fiber known as insoluble fiber, which will pass through the body undigested and help to produce more regular bowel movements while allowing you to feel more satisfied after each meal that you consume.

  • 48.    Zucchini

    Zucchini is a great source of vitamin C, molybdenum, as well as vitamin B and will assist with the regulation of blood sugar levels while offering clear anti-inflammatory benefits.