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Appetite Suppressing Foods – Top 10 List

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Appetite Suppressing Foods

Appetite Suppressing Foods

Controlling what you eat is a lot more difficult when you feel hungry. Thankfully, there are plenty of appetite suppressing foods out there that actually reduce your cravings and make it easier to achieve your fitness goals. Try eating any of one these appetite suppressing foods the next time you get a big craving. Before you know it, you’ll forget you were even hungry.

Top 10 Appetite Suppressing Foods

The big one. Oatmeal.
Nothing is more filling than oatmeal. Just one bowl of this stuff in the morning, and you won’t feel hungry again until the middle of the afternoon (ok…maybe I’m exaggerating a little bit :-)). Oatmeal is rich in fiber, and it’s loaded with carbohydrates. You’ll not only feel full. When you eat oatmeal for breakfast, you’ll have a lot more energy throughout your day.

Spicy foods.
Next up is the hot sauce. Capsaicin is the ingredient found in most spicy foods that acts as a appetite suppressing foods to make you feel full. Spice works in two ways. It forces you to eat slower, making you more receptive to your body’s hunger signals, and it naturally reduces your cravings.

Pine nuts.
Most appetite suppressing foods have one thing in common. They pose a challenge to your digestive system. Not in a bad way of course, but in a way that makes you feel fuller longer. Pine nuts are loaded with fiber. The fiber takes awhile to digest, which is why you feel full. Plus they’re a great source of protein.

Whey protein.
Your post-workout meal is doing more for you than you think. Whey protein helps to turn off the hunger hormones, making you feel fuller after a hard session of working out. So don’t just have it when you’re done working out. Use it to tackle hunger.

Appetite Suppressing Foods - Shakeology

Appetite Suppressing Foods - Shakeology

Shakeology.
While we’re on the subject of whey protein and shakes, I ought to mention Shakeology. It’s my go-to hunger cure that’s served me well on countless occasions (actually every day in fact). Shakeology is way more than a protein shake. It’s got vitamins, nutrients, and the right balance of simple carbohydrates to keep you alert and energetic when you feel tired. You’ll be up and running in no time. Believe me. You will feel full.

Apples.
Yet another fibrous food that takes awhile to digest. Apples are awesome because they require no maintenance. You don’t need to keep them in the fridge or worry about them going bad. You can just throw a few in your bag before you leave the house, and you can handle whatever cravings come your way.

The magical fruit.
Yes. I’m talking about beans. And no. They’re not really a fruit. They’re a legume that helps suppress your appetite with, you guessed it, a certain kind of fiber. This fiber increases your CCK, a natural appetite suppressing hormone in your body. So the more you eat, the better you feel. Let’s have beans with every meal! (Sorry. Couldn’t help it).

Salad and veggies.
If you’re in the mood for something less likely to make you toot, have a salad. An ordinary salad contains plenty of different sources of fiber to keep your digestive system busy. Interestingly, people who eat a salad with every meal tend to consume less calories throughout the course of the meal. Veggies take a lot longer to break down, and for that reason, they make you feel a lot less hungry. If you’re going to have something at every meal, make it a vegetable.

Unsaturated fats.
Yep. You heard me. Fats. Obviously you have to be careful not to eat too many of these, but the right mix of unsaturated fats can make you feel plenty full. Try having a few olives, a bit of an avocado, some salmon, or some macademia nuts. It doesn’t take a lot to keep you feeling full enough to make it to the next meal.

Flax seeds.
A well known source of Omega 3 fatty acids, something we don’t get enough of. Flax seeds, when combined with other appetite suppressing foods, help to cut down your cravings while providing you with a much needed nutrient and a little extra protein.

The Conclusion On Appetite Suppressing Foods

I hope you’ve noticed a theme emerging from all of these appetite suppressing foods. If you want to cut down your appetite, eat foods high in fiber. There’s just something about fiber. Maybe it’s the digestive challenge it poses, but I think there might be more to it. All the research suggests that it turns off the hunger hormones that are at the root of your cravings. Carry a few apples and some Shakeology wherever you go. You’ll be craving-free all day long.

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