Feeling Hungry All The Time

by FruChef | 22 March, 2019

Do you feel hungry all the time? Is a filling meal never enough for you? The urge to nibble between meals because you’re feeling hungry is a common occurrence for most people. Well, it is tough to control hunger, especially if you are into the habit of eating frequently. But, you can do it! Hunger control is the best way to lose weight and prevent major health issues. However, that doesn’t require you to starve.

 

1. EAT MORE PROTEIN

You’ve heard time and again that you should add more protein to your diet, but it’s still left off the plates. Proteins not only help you feel fuller, but also boost your metabolism. If you’re slacking on it, you’re missing a key ingredient. Wait no more! Make it a point to eat loads of protein at you very next meal. What to eat – Almonds, Quinoa, Pumpkin Seeds and Peanut Butter.

2. FIBER MAKES YOU FULL

The more fiber you eat, the fewer calories you are consuming, because you start feeling fuller. Obviously, when you feel satisfied, you eat less – and that’s the winning combination. What to eat – Sunflower Seeds, Pumpkin Seeds, Pistachios and Almonds

3. SLOW DOWN

From the time you begin eating, it takes about 20-30 minutes for your hormones to relay the fullness signal. It’s essential to take slowing down seriously and setting a time for your next meal.

4. BEAT EMOTIONAL EATING

Emotional eating is limitless. If you’re eating to mask or avoid emotions, you will never feel satisfied. It might feel better but the hunger returns and the cravings kick in. That’s why it is essential to differentiate between physical and emotional hunger.

5. CHOOSE A DIET YOU CAN STICK TO

Before you start any diet, whatever the latest fad be, ask yourself if it is what you WANT. What works for your friends or neighbors, might not necessarily work for you. Build a plan according to suit your lifestyle, schedule and the foods you know you’d eat.

 

All you have to do is to keep these 5 essentials in mind to help reduce the want to devour everything in sight.