Controlling hunger can be the biggest hurdle when you’re trying to lose weight. Most people complain about controlling their hunger more than anything else. Some people may complain about counting calories or keeping track of what they eat each day. Some people may complain about finding time to exercise. But there is not a day that no one says They can’t stop their appetite and are “always hungry”.
Susan Bowerman, Senior Director of Global Nutrition Education and Training at Herbalife Nutrition, offers several tips to help you maintain a natural diet. But the first step is to realize that Are you really hungry?
How do you know that you’re really hungry
The feeling of hunger is not the same as There are some obvious signs of cravings that can help you distinguish stressful or emotional hunger from actual physical hunger. First ask yourself these questions: Is your stomach growling? Are your energy levels declining? And do you have any symptoms of “brain fatigue” or feeling “irritated”?
If you feel any of these symptoms, you may need to replenish your energy UFABET. These are the typical signs of true hunger. when you feel this way Your body reacts once you’ve eaten something. you will feel better if you are eating for reasons other than hunger whether through boredom, anger or sadness Food won’t help you feel better. or if it helps You will soon feel good. if you are experiencing emotional or stressful situations Or want to eat something just because it looks good or smells good? You may not be really hungry. In that case, you need to find another way to manage your cravings.
5 Ways to Control “Hunger” for Easier Weight Loss
Hunger is a growling stomach, low energy, or irritable irritability that often occurs when the body needs energy. And because sheer hunger makes you want to eat. So you need to learn the secrets for good health and stop that hunger. If your goal is to lose weight by restricting calories, here are 5 of the best tips to control your hunger and suppress your appetite.
- Use protein to kill hunger.
Protein quells hunger better than carbohydrates or fat, so add lean protein to each meal or snack. Protein is not only good for the digestive system. It also affects chemicals in your brain that help you feel satisfied and clear your mind.
- Drink water and eat foods high in fiber.
Water and fiber have no calories. But plenty of water and high-fiber foods will help fill the space in your stomach. make you full most vegetables (except the flour (such as potatoes, corn, and beans) are very low in calories due to their high water and fiber content. Watery fruits like watermelon and pineapple and high fiber fruits like berries Can help fill the stomach They are also relatively low in calories.
- Exercise can help control hunger.
Exercise can suppress hunger hormones. which can help control your appetite But to keep you active, your body needs to be properly fueled. Many people cut calories so much that they don’t have the energy to exercise, so hunger suppression exercises don’t work. People always say They feel exercise makes them hungry and makes them eat more, but often it’s because they incorrectly replenish their energy before and after exercise.
- Drink water to help you feel less hungry.
drinking water between meals will make your stomach feel more full Some people confuse thirst with hunger. So even though the body is thirsty But in the end they ended up eating instead. if you drink enough water You will eat less.
- eating small and frequent meals reduces your appetite
when you eat small meals every few hours It will help keep your sugar levels stable throughout the day.
This is important because lowering sugar levels will make you even more hungry. And even if you think smaller portions won’t be enough for you. But knowing that you’ll be eating again in the next few hours often makes it easier to manage your hunger.