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We all know the basic tenets of healthy weight loss – diet and exercise. However, your weight loss plan is much more likely to succeed if you focus on eating low-cal foods that make you feel full for a longer period of time. In general, choose bulky foods like kale and leafy green lettuce to fill your stomach without adding a lot of calories. You can also use foods that naturally help suppress your appetite. Bypass the over-the-counter diet drugs and instead choose natural appetite suppressants like apples, chili peppers, and green tea.

 

Apples (They contain pectin to stabilize blood sugar levels)

Red Apples
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Oatmeal (Select old-fashioned variety, not instant)

Bowl of Oatmeal with Berries
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Pine nuts (They contain pinolenic acid for appetite suppression)

Handful of Pine Nuts
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Flaxseeds (Sprinkle them on oatmeal like Blake Lively)

Bowl of Flaxseeds
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Vegetable soup (Select broth-based and drink a cup before dinner to prevent overeating)

Cup of Vegetable Soup
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Bran (Sprinkle 2 tbsp. on your morning cereal to suppress hunger)

Bran Powder
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Green tea (Suppresses hunger AND stimulates your metabolism)

Cup of Green Tea
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Red wine vinegar (Sprinkle on a salad)

Red Wine Vinegar
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Pears (High water content equals fewer calories, but still satisfies hunger)

Red Bartlett Pears
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Chili peppers (Contain capsaicin for appetite suppression)

Bowl of Chili Peppers
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Dr. Gullo has offered his weight loss consulting services for over four decades to some of the most famous names in Hollywood. To get your red carpet body, check out the latest articles on Dr. Gullo's website and his revolutionary book, "The Thin Commandments." You can also subscribe to the mailing list for the latest diet foods and strategies.

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