Tame Your Appetite Naturally With These Foods

Hungry Dieter Staring at Plate

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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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