10 best foods to reduce appetite

  1. Oatmeal – easy to prepare and affordable for everyone. It can be enriched by adding seasonal fruits, dried fruits, nuts and seeds. It soothes paetitis very well and is easily absorbed by the body.
  2. Chicken eggs-scientists have concluded that chicken eggs are nutritious and curb appetite throughout the day. Eggs are an excellent source of quality protein that is easily absorbed by the body. Eggs also contain vitamins and polyunsaturated fatty acids. They are used in all weight loss programs.
  3. Leafy vegetables – due to the abundance of dietary fiber and water, salads with leafy vegetables greatly reduce appetite. They quickly create a feeling of satiety and fullness in the stomach.
  4. Apples – rich in pectin, which blocks the absorption of fat from food, which has a beneficial effect on sugar levels and the level of hormones responsible for appetite.
  5. Avocado-rich in monounsaturated fatty acids. A small sandwich on whole grain bread reduces appetite and normalizes metabolic processes in the body.
  6. Mint-relieves appetite. Green tea with mint, ginger and lemon reduces appetite.
  7. Dark chocolate – containing up to 75% cocoa powder is recommended for people who want to lose weight. 20 grams or 3 bars of chocolate are allowed daily. It is advisable to eat dark chocolate in the first half of the day.
  8. Turmeric spices and ginger root reduce appetite. Chili peppers can be added to a dish if a person is not allergic to this spice. Chili pepper is rich in capsaicin which gives a sharp taste and strengthens circulation. Hot peppers speed up metabolism and reduce appetite. Spices do not increase the caloric content of dishes, but make each dish look different.
  9. Nuts – fill the body with important trace elements and healthy fats. They give a feeling of satiety. Use small portions.
  10. Flax seeds – cleanse the body. Flax stimulates intestinal motility in a natural way. It activates the digestive process and strengthens immunity. Flaxseed flour combined with kefir can be an alternative to breakfast. You can add flaxseed flour to porridges, salads and cow’s cheese. Flax will enrich these dishes with valuable microelements, omega 3 fatty acids and nutritious fiber.

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