anything that includes all three: protein, fiber and fat. That'll do it for me.
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lentils, split peas, and other legumes. Beans fill me up. A cup or two of beans and I'm fine all night.
Things that are rich in protein and fiber are the things that will keep you fuller longer. Another time that I got was when you think you are hungry drink an 8 ounce glass of water then wait an hour. Most times when people think they are hungry they are actually dehydrated. I also recently read an article that said it was important to try and eat each meal at approximately the same time each day. It explained that it will teach your body to want to eat on a schedule.
High-fiber foods work well for me. A big salad at lunch with lots of vegetables and a serving of protein -- like sliced chicken breast, sliced egg, cubed turkey or something like that -- keeps me full and happy for hours. At breakfast time, a high-fiber cereal with some milk and a serving of protein, like cottage cheese or an egg, keeps me going until noon. It's important to drink plenty of water too.
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