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15 Foods to Eat at 7-Eleven to Lose Body Fat

Some of these might genuinely surprise you.
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7-Eleven may not be the first place you think of when it comes to healthy foods, but the nationwide convenience store chain carries a surprising number of diet-friendly options for those who want a healthy snack. Whether you're looking for a nutritious option on the road or simply need to grab something 24/7, 7-Eleven has you covered. Here are 15 foods to eat at 7-Eleven that encourage fat-burning and overall health and wellness.


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Nuts are a satiating whole food that provides energy and is a great replacement for ultra-processed snack foods. "All nuts contain fiber, which helps lower cholesterol," says the Mayo Clinic. "Fiber also makes you feel full, so you eat less."

Protein Bars


7-Eleven carries a variety of protein bars, which can be a good meal replacement in a pinch. Protein is shown to promote satiety, which is important for weight loss and fat-burning. "Protein takes longer to digest than other types of nutrients, so it can keep you satisfied for longer," says the Cleveland Clinic. "This can potentially help you stave off snacking and cut some calories."


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Bananas are a healthy and convenient snack. "Bananas are filling, nutritious, and can be paired with a variety of other foods for a more complete snack," says Penn Medicine. "They also make a good dessert."

Fruit Harvest Blend Cup

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7-Eleven's Fruit Harvest Blend Cup contains strawberries, apples, and grapes. "Eating natural foods like grapes is good," Zhaoping Li, MD, tells UCLA Health. "You want to eat them as a replacement to the processed foods. Food quality really matters."

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Garden Side Salad

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7-Eleven's Garden Side Salad contains romaine lettuce, grape tomatoes, carrots, red cabbage, and ranch dressing on the side. "People often underestimate the nutritional value of lettuce," Susan Campbell, RD, LD, tells the Cleveland Clinic. "But as a leafy green, it's just as good for you as kale or spinach."

Watermelon Cup

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"We think of watermelon as a fun, seasonal food for barbeques and the beach, but it's also really good for you," Lara Whitson, RD, LD, tells the Cleveland Clinic. "It's low in calories, keeps you hydrated, and provides many other nutrients that can help you maintain good health."



Black coffee is practically calorie-free, provided you don't add high-calorie ingredients. "A plain cup of brewed coffee has less than 5 calories — and no fat," Katherine Zeratsky, RD, LD, tells the Mayo Clinic. "But if you dress up your coffee with extras, whether at home or your favorite coffee shop, you also add extra calories."

Organic Green Juice


7-Eleven's organic cold-pressed green juice contains kale, cucumber, apple, spinach, mint, celery, lime, and parsley. "Cucumbers can help with disease prevention, weight management and digestion," registered dietitian Amber Sommer, RD, LD, tells the Cleveland Clinic. "And because they are readily available and easy to eat, everyone can reap the benefits."

Breakfast Sandwiches

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7-Eleven offers breakfast items, including their new English muffin with sausage, egg, and cheese. Eggs are high in protein and nutrients such as choline, plus they're a great source of healthy fats. Eggs also have omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D.

Berry Juice


7-Eleven's Berry & Bright organic cold-pressed juice contains tart cherry, carrot, blackberry, pomegranate, bilberry, cranberry, and acai. "Blackberries are low in calories and carbs," says the Cleveland Clinic. "One cup has 62 calories and 13.8 grams of carbohydrates. This gives you the green light to fully enjoy them."

Fruit Blend Fruit Cup

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7-Eleven's Fruit Blend Fruit Cup contains pineapple, cantaloupe, and honeydew. "A one-cup serving of cantaloupe has only 53 calories, but it contains 106 percent of the vitamin A daily value and 95 percent of vitamin C," says the Mayo Clinic Health System. "It's also a good source of potassium and folate."

Bottled Water

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Simple water is one of the best options for fat burning. It's zero calorie, hydrating, and diet-friendly. "Water has no calories, so it can also help with managing body weight and reducing calorie intake when substituted for drinks with calories, such as sweet tea or regular soda," says the CDC.

Black Tea

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7-Eleven carries unsweetened black tea for a healthy caffeine boost. "Drinking black tea without added sweeteners can decrease blood glucose and improve your body's ability to manage sugar," says UCLA Health. "Research also shows that black tea improves blood sugar levels immediately following meals in normal and pre-diabetic adults."

Strawberry Cup

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7-Eleven sells containers of fresh strawberries. Low calorie and packed with nutrients, strawberries are low in sugar and a delicious addition to a healthy, fat-burning diet. "Strawberries also have fiber and several other important vitamins and minerals, including manganese, potassium and folic acid," says the Cleveland Clinic.

Restoration Red Juice

NEW YORK, USA - JULY 3, 2013: People walk past 7-Eleven convenience store in New York. 7-Eleven is world's largest operator, franchisor and licensor of convenience stores, with more than 46,000 shops.

7-Eleven's 7-Select brand offers an organic cold pressed juice called Restoration Red, containing tomato, tart cherry, beet, strawberry, apple, and lime. "An average-sized tomato has just 22 calories, and a large one has 33 calories," according to Keck Medicine of USC. "Tomatoes are also considered an appetite-suppressant 'high-volume' food, which means they have high amounts of water, air and fiber."

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Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more