1. Drinks Lots of Water to Stay Hydrated
You be surprised at just how often a person thinks they are hungry, but in fact they are slightly dehydrated and their thirst is manifesting itself as hunger. The more hydrated you are, the less cravings you will experience.
2. Eat More Protein to Feel Fuller for Longer
Despite popular belief, healthy protein actually leaves you feeling fuller for longer, much more than carbohydrates. Also, having enough protein in your body is a signal for your body to focus on burning fat.
3. Avoid Insulin Spikes to Keep Your Appetite at Bay
Too much insulin in the body can cause fat gain and inflammation, which inadvertently triggers feelings of hunger. You can control this by taking notice of your carb intake.
4. All Data Suggests That Exercise Controls Appetite
In case you didn’t know, exercise is pretty brilliant! Not only does it actually help you to lose weight, it also works double fold to produce natural appetite suppressants within your body.
5. Don’t Skip Meals. It Slows Your Metabolism
If your metabolism is too slow, you won’t digest food and burn calories at a fast enough rate. Don’t skip meals, because you just end up getting super hungry and overindulging later on in the day.
6. Make Sure You Eat at Regular Intervals Throughout the Day
As well as not going long periods of time without eating, you should really be trying to get in to a regular routine of leaving long periods between meals. Your body will get used to the pattern and won’t make you crave so much.
7. Eat Slower to Feel More Food Satisfaction
If you scoff your meal down in two minutes, it’s very likely that you are going to be left unsatisfied and want to eat even more. Take your time and savor your food, your body will thank you!
8. Eat Lots of Healthy Fiber ‘Cos It Fills You up
Things like fruit, vegetables and nuts are perfect healthy snacks that will give you lots of nutrition and make you feel fuller than junk food, leading to less cravings later in the day.
9. Don’t Believe the Hype and Eat Unsaturated Fats
‘Fat’ has become a bad word, but it’s only the saturated fats that you should be avoiding, not the natural unsaturated fats. They are good for your body, make you feel full, and can prevent things like heart disease.
10. Fill Yourself up with Water-Rich Foods
A good trick is to eat plenty of foods that have a high water content like celery, cucumber, peaches and oranges. They are all really healthy and make your feel fuller because of the liquid.
11. A Handful of Almonds Can Curb Hunger
Recent studies have shown to prove that 1.5 ounces of almonds every day can help to suppress your appetite without adding the burden of any significant calories.
12. Learn to Focus Your Mind with Meditation
You should not underestimate the power of meditation. Training your mind can help to suppress your appetite, as cravings often come from things like boredom rather than actual hunger.
13. Drink Green Tea for a Healthy Suppressant Effect
Whereas some things like diet sodas can suppress your appetite in an unhealthy way, drinking green tea has the same effect but doesn’t come with any of the potential health risks. Just a good old-fashioned detox!
14. Eggs for Breakfast Will Leave You Feeling Fuller
You can cook eggs in a variety of different delicious ways, so you will be able to suppress your appetite for the rest of the morning without getting bored of breakfast every day.
15. Pop a Mint for an Appetite Suppressing Taste
It is a fact that the strong taste of mint can interfere with your smell/taste connection and get rid of food cravings that are not necessarily associated with true hunger.
16. Start to Socialize to Put Your Mind off Food!
Have you noticed that you don’t tend to have as many food cravings when you are out and about with friends? Take your mind off of food by socializing whenever you can.
17. Have Sex!
The best cure for a craving ever? An orgasm! Unless of course you are one of those who get hungry after sex. All that bedroom action and the resulting endorphins will certainly take your mind off food.