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How to Suppress Appetite Instantly!

Methods Revealed to Help Combat Weight loss Today...

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When you're trying to lose weight, there's nothing worse than repeatedly caving to hunger pains, reaching for that bag of crisps when you're trying so hard to be 'good' and delving into unwanted calorie consumption that may lead to weight gain and fat storage.

We all get cravings and this is pretty normal, however we need to ask ourselves "do we really need these additional calories?" Remember the more calories you eat the more weight you are likely to pound on. So is it really worth it?

There are a number of ways you can help suppress your appetite to prevent additional calorie consumption and weight-gain and this article will explain how.

By eating extra-filling foods, drinking a variety of beverages between meals and keeping stress at bay, you can overcome the hunger and stay on track for speedy weight loss.

Checkout the following tips to keep your hunger at bay and help stop you to reach out for that dreaded biscuit tin.

Start your day with oatmeal. Eating either rolled oats, steel-cut oats or quick oats is a great way to suppress your appetite until lunchtime. Oatmeal is low on the glycemic index. This means that it doesn't cause a hunger-inducing blood sugar spike. Oatmeal is also high in fibre, which slows the rate at which carbohydrates are digested and absorbed by your body. Eating a serving size of oatmeal topped with almond milk and some cut apples or grapefruit is a healthy choice for appetite suppression. For those looking to build lean muscle tissue you can also add a scoop of LA Whey protein and mix it all in.

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Eat lean protein in the morning. Another great breakfast choice is some sort of lean protein - eggs, lean meat or yogurt. Eating lean protein in the morning will help you stay satisfied throughout the day. When it comes to protein, don't go totally fat-free. Eating healthy fats like olive oil and avocados will keep you full longer than eating fat-free meals.

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Eat fibrous vegetables and fruits. Most vegetables and fruits are high in fibre and water, both of which keep your stomach feeling full. Each of your meals should be mostly composed of vegetables and fruits along with portions of both protein and fat.

**Apples are particularly great for appetite suppression, so go ahead and have one per day.
**Leafy greens, kale and spinach are satisfying and packed with nutrients

Eat nuts: People who eat a serving size of nuts, especially almonds, on a daily basis tend to feel less hungry than those who don't. They contain a filling combination of protein, fibre, and unsaturated fat.

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Add raw flaxseeds to your diet. You can sprinkle them on foods like yogurt, protein shakes, salads and vegetables. Flaxseeds are high in fibre, which keeps your blood sugar from rising too quickly, thereby suppressing your hunger.

Enjoy dark chocolate. When you feel a craving for sweets and fruit just won't satisfy, eat a few pieces of dark chocolate. Try dark chocolate with at least 70% cacao - you'll see it's difficult to consume more than a few squares!

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Drink water. You've heard it a million times, - when you're on a diet, drinking tons of water can be a lifesaver. Drinking water before, during and after meals keeps your stomach full. When you feel hunger pangs, drink a glass of water before grabbing food; it'll help prevent you from eating too much.

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Drink Vegetable juice: Juicing kale, carrots, spinach, cucumbers, and other vegetables results in a vitamin-filled beverage that will keep you full for hours.

Drink green tea. Green tea has been used as an appetite suppressant for so many on weight loss quests. Drinking green tea on a daily basis also helps prevent fat storage from occurring

Eat slowly. Rushing through your meals will make you end up eating more, since your stomach doesn't have time to send your brain the signal that it's full. Chew your food slowly and pay attention to what you're eating. Put your fork down in between bites, if that helps you to slow down. Avoid eating in front of the TV or while reading, since the lack of attention to your meal will have you mindlessly overeating.

Stay busy. Boredom is a major culprit when it comes to overeating. If you have too much time on your hands, chances are you'll fill it with food. Stay active all day long, whether you're at work or at home. Change things up by taking short walks, going to the gym, meeting with people in person, doing activities that require the use of your hands, and so on.

Manage stress. Eating because you're sad, angry, or just stressed out is a great way to kill any diet. Stress causes the body to overproduce hormones that make you feel hungry, which is why the idea of reaching for cookies and ice cream help break the bad news. Exercise and yoga are great ways to tackle stress.

Take Supplements. Supplements can be great for suppressing appetite. LA Muscle Fat Stripper and Six Pack Pill are both great for suppressing appetite and is being used by many men and women to help combat weight loss.

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