The easiest way to lose weight is to slash calories and you will drop the pounds. But is it really that simple? The inevitable rumbling of your stomach as if in protest will have you caving in no time at all. So, what can you do to keep your belly happy with a short supply of food? The secret is eating the right kind of foods a.k.a. Appetite suppressants that trick your stomach into feeling full while keeping it a whole lot flatter.
Almonds are a rich source of antioxidants, vitamin E, and magnesium. Munching on almonds has shown to increase a feeling of fullness and in this manner helps with weight management. These crunchy nuts could just save you from a whole lot of calories.
While drinking more than two cups of Joe in a day can leave you feeling jittery and nervous, a moderate amount of coffee can help boost metabolism. The caffeine, along with antioxidants from the coffee beans is also known to suppress your appetite. Just don’t cancel out the goodness of coffee by going overboard with the sugar and cream!
Avocados are a superfood and are rich in fiber and heart-healthy monounsaturated fats. But when consumed in moderation, avocados help suppress appetite. The fats in the avocado are known to trick your brain into sending your stomach signals that it’s full!
Studies have shown that having two eggs for breakfast can help dieters feel more full for over 24 hours than if they ate another meal with the same amount of calories. In the same study, those who ate eggs ingested an average of 330 fewer calories over the course of a day compared to other foods.
Who know that taming your hunger was just a sip away! A study says that people who drank two glasses of water before a meal consumed between 75 and 90 fewer calories at the meal than those who didn’t drink water.
Green tea is the go-to drink for anyone trying to lose weight. This is because the catechins in the green tea help to inhibit the movement of glucose into fat cells, which slows the rise of blood sugar and prevents high insulin and subsequent fat storage. A stable blood sugar is also known to stabilize hunger. Green tea might just be the trick to help you with your mindless snacking.