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Why is it not thin to eat so many vegetables? It's equal to two bowl

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Vegetable calorie is low only refers to the vegetable itself, but the vegetable through different cooking methods will increase its calorie, it is likely that you will exceed the energy intake.




Most vegetables have less than 20 calories per 100 grams. If they are washed and eaten, they can lose weight. But if they are stir-fried in an oil pan, the calories will go up.




Stew: 6-7g oil;


Fried: 15-20g oil;


Stir-fried vegetables: 15-20g oil;


Fried: plenty of oil;


The energy of 10 grams of oil is nearly 90 calories, which is equivalent to two and a half bowls of rice (a whole bowl of rice).




Especially when eating out, it is difficult to estimate the amount of oil intake. Often after eating, there is still a lot of oil left on the plate, so it is difficult to estimate the amount of oil intake. That's why eating only vegetables still doesn't help you lose weight.


In fact, the amount of oil does not matter, but pay attention to a balanced diet, exercise balance is healthy.


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