Question by Æscgifu: Is there any truth to the notion of "negative calorie" foods?
I've read a few websites that claim some types of food use more calories when being digested than they actually contain and thus create a calorie deficit.

Is there any scientific evidence to support this or is it (perhaps misinterpreted) bunkum?

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Answer by Tim
Yes, some foods such as celery are negative calories. They burn more calories digesting then you get from eating it.

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