15 Healthy Ways To Suppress Your Appetite

If you’ve ever tried to suppress your appetite, chances are you’ve done it in an unhealthy way.

Some people skip meals altogether. Others fill up on empty calories instead of real food. And, some people do excessive fasts and cleanses.

And there are worse alternatives, too.

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The point is, though, that sometimes it makes sense to suppress or control your appetite. But few people know how to do it in a healthy, invigorating way.

That’s why I love this list of tips. These are the tips I wish I could share with my teenage self. I wish someone had taught me that losing weight isn’t about starving yourself or skipping meals all the time.

A large part of your weight loss journey is controlling your diet. This can include eating cleaner as well as eating less. An obstacle that we all face on a daily basis is the struggle of binge eating and over-snacking. These two things alone can help us pack on unnecessary calories.

It doesn’t take a great amount of control to contain your daily calorie intake to the core meals and snacks, but it does take a bit of determination.

Apart from the right mindset, there are other little habits that you can acquire that will help you suppress those unwanted cravings. Here, we outline 15 healthy ways to curb your appetite to help you lose weight.

1. Drink a lot of water 

Filling up on water can minimize how much room you have left in your stomach for snacks. Plus, staying hydrated is super important, and most people don’t do it correctly! Kill two birds with one stone. Keep a large water bottle on hand and try to drink lots of water in between meals.

2. Pick solids not liquids

Consume your calories from solid food, which actually leaves you full, instead of liquids, which won’t. That’s right–it means getting rid of those “healthy,” sugary meal replacement shakes.

3. Eat at regular intervals 

Eating a small meal or healthy snack every few hours will give your system enough time to digest and you will never feel starving or bloated.

4. Increase your protein take 

Protein-rich foods are known to keep your stomach satisfied. Plus, most of us need more protein than we get in a normal day. A good tip is to eat most of your protein first thing in the morning, so a protein-rich breakfast is key.

5. Stack up on fiber-rich foods

Fiber rich foods take longer to digest in your stomach, leaving your feeling full for longer. Go for raw, leafy vegetables when you’re feeling hungry in the middle of the day.

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