How to Feel Less Hungry

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Posted on June 26, 2016

There is nothing wrong with enjoying a good meal—everything in moderation, am I right? However, the most contributing factor to weight gain is overeating. The good news is that it's possible to kick ‘hungry’ in the butt! 


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Step-by-step guide:

  1. Eat smaller meals, more often! Eating six small portions a day is a good way of feeling constantly satisfied. It is easy to get caught up and skip a meal (especially breakfast), but this leads to consuming more food the next time you eat, which the body then puts in its fat stores. Proving that consistency and amount are important factors to your daily diet.

    Drink 2L Water

  2. Cut out sugar! It may not be completely avoidable, but sugar leaves you craving more. There are plenty of natural replacements to sugar on the market, such as stevia and sorbitol. 

  3. Drink water! Sounds easy, right! But hitting the goal of eight cups of water a day can be more challenging than it seems. The best way of reaching the target is to carry a 2L bottle of water with you everywhere. Then you know exactly how much you have had and how much to go!

  4. Choose food with starch, protein, fibre, iron and carbohydrates and enjoy a balanced diet. Each of these will help you feel fuller for longer. Fish and nuts are great examples of foods that satisfy your tummy! 


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