Get a load of healthy monounsaturated fats from avocados, which help to keep you sufficiently full.
Oats aren’t just delicious but also provides you the fibre you need. It also spikes up your body’s levels of its appetite-regulating hormone that can control hunger.
Apples make for the best kind of morning or mid-day snack, with its high water content to keep you full before lunch or dinner time comes along. Pectin is also found in apples, that prevents your blood sugar from spiking, in turn keeping hunger on a down low.
Mint doesn’t just help to freshen up your water and also works as an excellent appetite suppressant.
You can get a good dose of omega-3s, protein and fibre from these wondrous little seeds, on top of that, also suppressing hunger.
These yummy pods are low in calories and high in protein. Edamame offers a refreshing alternative if you’re sick of leafy greens yet keeps you full before your meal comes along.
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It might not look like it, but yogurt helps you burn fat in addition to its high protein count. To cut down on more calories, opt for greek yogurt to enjoy with fresh fruits or nuts. This will definitely keep you full if you’re not keen on indulging at dinner.
FITNESS | 31 March 2020
LIFESTYLE | 31 March 2020
HEALTH | 30 March 2020