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How to Kick Hunger to the Curb When Losing Weight

on May 17, 2019
Hungry man eating unhealthy snack

If you’re trying to slim down and lose a couple pounds, then you probably already know that you’ll have to hit a calorie deficit in order to reach those goals. A calorie deficit is achieved when you burn more calories than you eat, and it requires you to pay close attention to the foods you’re consuming.

Unfortunately, when trying to achieve a calorie deficit the inevitable happens, hunger kicks in. Your tummy will start growling and groaning and you’ll become irritable until you finally can’t take it anymore and you give in and reach for some cookies. UNLESS you follow some of our tips for fighting off those pesky hunger pangs.

 Look, we know it can be incredibly frustrating to be healthy when you feel like your stomach is running on E. We’ve been there, we’ve felt that struggle. That’s why we’ve come up with these tried and true ways to kick hunger to the curb, so you can achieve the results you’ve been working so hard for.

Related: 5 Carb-Filled Foods to Eat to Lose Weight

 

1. Don't Skip Any Meals

Woman eating

This tip might seem kind of counterintuitive since you’re trying to eat less calories, but it is important that you don’t miss any meals, especially breakfast. Hitting a calorie deficit doesn’t mean starving yourself and your body needs energy to sustain itself. Having at least 3 planned out meals a day will fill you up, keep you from unnecessary snacking, and give you the energy you need to get through your day. Just make sure you’re intentional with what you’re eating for these meals.

Related: The Best Fruits to Eat to Lose Weight

 

2. Eat Slower

Couple enjoying a meal together

Okay, we know this one might seem a little weird, but you need to chew your food and eat more slowly. By doing so, your body will feel fuller faster and it prevents you from snacking later on or overeating in the moment. Not to mention, it also allows you to enjoy your meal and helps your digestive system do its job.

 

3. Drink A LOT of Water

Water being poured from a bottle to a glass

Whenever your stomach starts to moan and groan, drink a glass of water. This will help you feel fuller and also keep you hydrated, so it’s a win-win! A lot of times when we think we’re hungry, our body is actually just super thirsty. It’s recommended that we drink 8 cups of water a day, but a lot of people don’t actually do, so by drinking when you think you’re hungry, you’re helping your body in more ways than one.

 

4. Amp Up the Protein

Eggs as a protein source

Foods that are high in protein help to make you feel fuller faster and for longer amounts of time. They help to control your appetite aka your tummy rumbles and also boost your metabolism, so you burn calories and fat quicker. If you want to eat less and really kick hunger in the butt, then opt for high protein foods like eggs.

 

5. Bye Bye, Sugar

Sugary sprinkle donut

We hate to break it to you, but sugar is not your friend. Sugars and artificial sweeteners might taste amazing, but when you’re trying to lose weight, snacks with high sugar content should be avoided at all costs. Sugar actually depletes your energy quickly and makes you hungrier than you were before. That’s why you’ll never be satisfied if you choose a sugary snack when you’re hungry. Sugar leads to overeating and even worse hunger pangs. If you want to lose the weight, ditch sugar.

Related: Everything You Need to Know About Xylitol

 

6. Weight Loss Supplements

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If these tips aren’t really working for you or you need some extra help, consider taking a natural supplement that promotes healthy weight loss like Pure Garcinia Cambogia from Natural Genius. These fast-acting supplements reduce cravings and hunger and block fat production in the body. Not to mention, they have absolutely no binders or artificial fillers and is 100% natural. Remember, it’s important to try to stick to a healthier diet when taking supplements to see optimal results.

 

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