What is Appetite Suppressant?

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An appetite suppressant is a food, supplement, or another method that stops a person from feeling hungry. Some methods are more effective for suppressing appetite than others.

Manufacturers of appetite suppressant pills make big claims about the ability of pills to suppress appetite and promote weight loss. However, the effectiveness of these pills is not known, and according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), they often come with dangerous side effects.

Instead, a person can use a range of natural methods to suppress or lose their appetite in a risk-free, healthful way.

In this article, we give a list of evidence-based methods that a person can use to suppress their appetite without the need for diet pills. Let’s get to which foods are the best appetite.

ALMONDS

Just a handful of almonds is a rich source of antioxidants, vitamin E, and magnesium—and they’re a natural appetite suppressant. Almonds have been shown to increase feelings of fullness in people and help with weight management, according to a study presented at The 2006 Obesity Society Annual Scientific Meeting. So what are you waiting for? Nosh on almonds for your next healthy snack!

YOUR FAVOURITE COFFEE

While drinking more than one to two cups of Joe a day can leave you feeling jittery and nervous, a moderate amount of coffee can help boost metabolism and act as an appetite suppressant. Coffee’s secret? Caffeine, along with antioxidants from the coffee beans. Just don’t cancel out those good effects with too much sugar or cream.

GINGER

For centuries, many cultures have used ginger root for its amazing digestive powers. Whether it’s in a smoothie or in an Indian dish (sorry, ginger ale doesn’t count!), ginger works as a stimulant that energizes the body and improves digestion, thereby making you less hungry.

AVACADO

Full of fiber and heart-healthy monounsaturated fat, avocados suppress appetite when eaten in moderation. In fact, the fats in these little guys send signals to your brain that tell your stomach that it’s full.

APPLES

Apples of all varieties and types act as appetite suppressants for a number of reasons.  Apples are pectin, which helps you feel full. Apples also regulate your glucose and boost your energy level. Finally, apples require lots of chewing time, which helps slow you down and gives your body more time to realize that you’re no longer hungry. Plus, they just taste good!

EGGS

Eating an egg or two for breakfast can help you feel more full over 24 hours than if they eat a bagel with the same amount of calories. In the same study, those who ate eggs ingested an average of 330 fewer calories over the course of a day than the bagel-eaters. Food for thought, no?

MORE AND MORE WATER

Nothing can be taming your appetite be as easy as drinking an extra glass or two of water? Science says yes. Studies have shown that people who drank two glasses of water before a meal ate between 75 and 90 fewer calories at the meal than those who didn’t drink water. Love that H2O!

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