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11 Safe and Natural Ways To Suppress Your Appetite (Tips For Women)

Monica Munday / 0 View / 1 year ago
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Most of us eat way too much on a daily basis.

It is why we have thunder thighs and muffin tops that we can’t seem to get rid of.

It is also the reason so woman spend hundreds of dollars, in some cases thousands, on appetite suppressants every year.

The problem with most of those appetite suppressants is they don’t work.

All you end up losing is your money.

However, if you want an all natural appetite suppressant that will always stand the test of time, then you are in the right place at the right time.

 11 Safe and Natural Ways You Can Curb Your Appetite

Eat More Frequently

It may sound crazy, but one of the best ways to suppress your appetite is to eat more frequently.

Since childhood we have been accustomed to eating 3 meals a day. And in most cases they are 3 very large meals.

You should instead break those 3 large meals into five or six smaller meals throughout the day.

Doing so will help stabilize your blood sugar levels which will in turn help you stay full throughout the day.

You should also make breakfast a habit as it will prevent you from overeating later in the day.

Exercise More

Yes exercising more can help you suppress your appetite.

When you exercise, the hormone ghrelin, which causes you to feel hungry, decreases.

On the other hand, the hormone leptin, which helps you feel full, increases.

For best results workout at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week.

Get Plenty of Sleep

Sleep is so important when it comes to losing weight and keeping your appetite in check.

When you get plenty of sleep it has the same effects on your ghrelin and leptin levels as exercise does.

In otherwords it helps suppress your appetite.

A lack of sleep however will increase your appetite due to the increased production of cortisol, which makes you feel hungry.

Drink More Water

One of the many signs of dehydration is hunger pangs.

Staying hydrated is a quick and easy way to suppress your appetite.

Try to carry a gallon jug of water with you everywhere you go.

This way you will always have access to plenty of water.

You should also drink a glass of water before every meal. Doing so will help you get full faster.

Eat Plenty of Leafy Green Vegetables

You can seriously never get enough of your favorite leafy green vegetables.

Not only are they packed with nutrients that your body loves, but they are also very low in calories.

One cup of raw spinach has less than 10 calories.

That means you can pretty much indulge on spinach all day and not worry about packing on the pounds.

When it comes to nutrients and fiber, leafy green vegetables deliver more than almost any other food.

Spice Things Up With Ginger

If you have digestive issues ginger is a mild stimulant that can help.

Ginger is similar to cinnamon in that it can help blood sugar levels and cravings.

Ginger is great for stir frying vegetables or cooking just about any meat.

Eat More Protein

When it comes to losing weight and keeping your appetite under control, very few things can compete with protein.

Protein will keep you feeling full for several hours.

It also prevent food cravings and makes it easier to maintain blood sugar levels.

Chicken and fish are both great sources of protein.

The great thing about fish is it will increase leptin levels which will in turn  suppress your appetite.

Have a Little Vinegar 

Vinegar is yet another food that can help keep your blood sugar levels stable.

Vinegar contains  acetic acid which helps slow down digestion.

When digestion is slowed down that means food remains in your stomach for a longer period of time.

As a result you will feel fuller for longer.

Vinegar can be used as a salad dressing or sprinkled on cooked vegetables.

Get Rid of Belly Fat

If you have the dreaded muffin top its time to get rid of it.

There is plenty of evidence that shows excess abdominal fat stimulates the release of several hormones that cause you to be hungry.

Even worse is the fact that excess abdominal fat increases your risk of developing health issues such as heart disease.

Spice Up Your Food

When it comes to combating overeating spicy foods can work wonders.

Studies have shown that the capsaicin found in hot peppers can cause you to eat less.

Wasabi works the same way and it also has anti-inflammatory properties.

So don’t be afraid to turn up the heat!

Eat More Beans

Beans are probably the most affordable sources of protein their is.

What makes them great at suppressing your appetite is because they are loaded with cholecystokinin, a digestive hormone that reduces hunger.

Beans are very versatile and can be used in a pot of chili or in your breakfast burrito.





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