Without knowing what you're eating, it's really hard to make suggestions. You might want to create a SparkPage and make your tracker public if you want some better suggestions.
Just some really rough rules-of-thumb, though, are that veggies are the most filling for the least calories (since you can eat a ton of them for few calories), but that protein and healthy fat are the most satiating (keep you feeling full and satisfied for longer). Some folks, on the other hand, find that high fibre items (whole grains and berries) are the best for feeling satisfied.
What I did when I first started was to go through the message boards and check out the shared nutrition trackers of folks who seemed to have the same attitude towards food as I do. I learned a lot about meal spacing, types of foods, and what kinds of recipes to look for to make the food taste great (flavour is a major thing for me to be satisfied - if it doesn't taste great, then I'm looking for more or something else).
Sorry I can't be of more help!
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Colonoscopies allow polyps to be removed before they can become cancer, or let cancers be found before they are too widespread. If you are 50 or older, or have any symptoms, please don't let fear stop you from covering your butt.
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