Appetite getting in the way?

Everyone knows that the key to losing weight is to consume fewer calories, but it can be hard to eat less if you have a big appetite. It doesn’t help that the huge portion sizes everywhere these days are becoming the norm. It can be really hard to stay on track with fad diet after fad diet, especially when the average caloric intake of these diets is so low that they leave anyone hungry all the time. Today is the day to understand a little more about real food and about eating the right kinds of foods that will leave your appetite feeling satisfied. There are some simple steps that anyone can take to help them reduce their appetite, feel great and lose weight, all without starving to death. 

Here are some simple tips to conquer the cravings and overcome those hunger pangs.

Drink more water

The human body is made up of 75% water, so it’s obviously quite important to get the daily recommended amount of eight cups. It never hurts to sip on water throughout the day to prevent hunger and cravings.

Chew gum

Sometimes people chew gum when they feel their appetites increasing. They know they have eaten enough already, so they keep themselves occupied by chewing gum that is low in sugar or sugar-free. Gum is low calorie and will help keep the cravings away.

Take appetite suppressant supplements

There are many appetite suppressant supplements to choose from, but some natural ones that are highly scientifically rated include Hydroxycitric Acid, Chitosan, Beta Glucan, Mango Seed Fiber and Garcinia Cambogia.

Eat small meals throughout the day

By eating small, nutrient-dense meals throughout the day the body can literally be tricked into thinking it is eating a lot more than it really is. These meals must be packed with raw fruits and veggies; for example, bananas, apples, oranges, pineapple, cucumbers, kale, asparagus and zucchini. Meals must also contain good wholesome fats derived from nuts, seeds or avocados. Another aspect of a balanced meal is to choose the most nutrient-dense foods that are unprocessed, meaning they didn’t come from a box or a can. Foods that are high in fiber give the feeling of fullness long after eating, so adding lots of whole grains to meals is very beneficial for people who have big appetites.

Savor the flavor

Research indicates that by eating slowly, people consume far fewer calories and are more satisfied with their meals. These days it’s far too easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life, but by paying attention to the meal and making time to just sit down and enjoy eating can make all the difference in reducing appetite and feeling more satisfied.

These are just a few tips to get started on the life-long journey of eating right to lose weight when that appetite just won’t subside. Exercise, eating the right foods and a positive attitude are all part of a healthy lifestyle. Hopefully with these tips and suggestions weight loss can happen quickly and naturally.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.