Protein takes longer to leave the stomach. QUIONA is something to try. Similar to a noodle, easy to cook like rice, mixed with veggies it can be an interesting dinner. One egg has only 75 calories & 7 grams of high quality protein. A handful of nuts is high in protein with good fats. Skim milk can help you feel full and has protein. Beans are also a good source of protein.
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I don't remember where I first saw or heard this quote but I thought that it really makes sense. Start today by leaving at least one bite on your plate every time you eat. Learn to recognize when you begin to feel full then STOP eating. It takes your brain much longer than your stomach to realize that you're full.
I realized a good way to keep yourself exercising and eating healthy - and that's to do everything as if you've already reached your weight loss goal!
When you lose weight, your stomach shrinks along with you, making you feel full faster. Because you know this - and you don't want to stretch out your stomach - you are compelled to eat less. With this kind of mindset, you're eating less. This is a method of portion control.
I have already lost a few pounds by doing this! You can, too!
Remember it takes about 10 minutes for your stomach to tell your brain you're not hungry anymore!
I have some decaf chai tea bags with no sweetner. I bring 1 1/2 c. water to a boil. Brew the tea strongly. Then cook 1/2 c. of oatmeal (regular, not isntant) in it. I add fruit as I wish and/or some Splenda. Because I am using more liquid than called for it takes a little while longer to coo
Because I am using more liquid than called for it takes a little while longer to cook, it also stays with you longer.
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