When suddenly you limit the amount of food, the body produces more ghrelin; a hunger hormone that makes you to eat more, therefore if you want to lose weight, the solution is not to starve yourself, but eat less food gradually to give the body time to adjust with new changes.
Eat eggs for breakfast
Eggs are a source of quality protein, which is why nutritionists recommend them for consumption, but with moderation. Due to high protein content, feeling of satiety remains for a long time and during the day, you’ll consume fewer calories.
Bowl of vegetable soup
You will get to feel full faster if you include vegetable soup first in your lunch. Studies show that a bowl of soup, taken before other dishes, helps you to eat less. Vegetable soup is low in calories but contain important nutrients that contribute to the proper functioning of the body.
Eat slowly and you’ll consume fewer calories. When you eat slowly, hunger hormones works gradually with a limitation and brain send signals that you’ve eaten enough. But if you eat too fast, these hormones do not have time to send signals, so that you continue to eat, thus increasing the number of calories ingested.
Use small plates
To limit the amount of food consumed it is advisable to eat from smaller plates. But to avoid the risk of feeling hungry after you’ve finished eating, try to eat as much food filling but low in calories.
* Potatoes with high content of carbohydrate should be taken to maintain appetite and cravings under control. They contain a type of starch that resists digestive enzymes. Because their metabolism has the term with rich sources that delay hunger;
* Oleic acid is a type of unsaturated fat found in olive oil, nuts and avocados which banishes hunger. Two tablespoons of peanut butter, a handful of nuts or an avocado is enough to reduce hunger cravings that may occur during the day.