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Eleven Foods Known to Help You Eat Less

When you're trying to lose weight, cutting back on the amount you eat is a given-but feeling hungry all the time is one of the major reasons why most diets fail within a week. Still, you can silence your Lose Weightgrumbling stomach without consuming extra calories. In fact, eating certain foods sends a signal to your brain that you're done eating, and quiets your appetite. Shut out the ice cream pint that's calling your name by eating these healthy and satisfying foods.

  • Apples: Eating an apple about a half hour before a meal will help fill you up and prevent you from eating additional calories. Specifically it is the fiber and water contained in the apple that makes you feel full, helping you eat less.

  • Avocado: A half of an avocado is great to include with your lunch to help you feel full through the rest of the day.

  • Beans, chickpeas, lentils: Pulses (e.g. chickpeas, beans, lentils and peas) are protein-packed foods that also are rich in fiber, B vitamins, antioxidants, and iron. Eating more of them may also help you control your appetite.

  • Soup: A broth-based, low-calorie soup eaten before a meal can reduce your appetite significantly, by helping you feel full faster.

  • Pickles: Pickles and other fermented foods like sauerkraut and kimchi contain probiotics, the healthy bacteria that help digestion and are also thought to reduce appetite and assist in weight management.

  • Chilies and chili powder: Capsaicin, the chemical found in chilies that makes them "spicy" or "hot," is known to increase metabolism and may help to control appetite.

  • Dark chocolate: If you have a sweet tooth, try dark chocolate. Dark chocolate is known to have health benefits like reducing blood pressure, and it is more filling than other varieties of chocolate such as milk chocolate. If eaten in small quantities before meals, it has been known to help curb appetites while also helping to satiate cravings for sweets in general.

  • Eggs: This protein -filled food will keep you full through the morning, and research shows that those who eat a high-protein breakfast tend to consume fewer calories throughout the day.

  • Nuts: Nuts are rich in healthy unsaturated fat along with ample protein and fiber, which are known to work in conjunction to help slow digestion while regulating blood sugar, particularly when combined with carbohydrates such as oatmeal, fruit or brown rice.

  • Oatmeal: Oatmeal is known to help keep you feeling full for a longer period of time than other cereals. Research has shown that oatmeal leads to reduced hunger and an overall lower appetite throughout the day mostly due to its high fiber and protein content along with and high doses of beta-glucan, which are the sugars that provide oatmeal with its heart-healthy reputation.

  • Water: Staying properly hydrated is one of the most important and beneficial things that you can do for your health and weight management. Those who do not take in enough water can mistakenly feel hungry when in fact they are dehydrated. Mostly this is because the symptoms are similar: low energy, reduced alertness and memory function, and mood swings. Drinking a glass of water before snacking may greatly reduce your cravings for high calories while also providing you with one of the most powerful remedies for a host of ailments such as headaches, indigestion while supporting optimum organ health and flushing toxins from your body.

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