Where are my hungry guys at? This list is for people who want to feel full for a longer amount of time. With how I work, I'm not one to take lunch breaks or really any sort of break, so making sure my meals last is important!
1. Baked Potatoes (Skins On!!!)
Whether baked or boiled, they're loaded with vitamins, fiber and other nutrients. Result? You get steady energy and lasting fullness after noshing on them.
Hello protein! These little balls of magic will keep your fuller and more energized throughout the day. Add in veggies for more fiber to blast that hunger away.
3. Bean Soups
Once in the stomach, fiber (beans) and water (broth) activate the tummy to signal that you aren't hungry anymore. All this for a measly 150 calories per cup!
4. Greek Yogurt
Hello protein, again. Greek yogurt, which is strained to remove liquid whey, contains double the protein and less sugar than regular yogurt
An apple a day keeps the hunger away. Apples are one of the few fruits that contain pectin, which naturally slows digestion and promotes a feeling of fullness, according to a study in Gastroenterology.
Popcorn takes up more room in your stomach, and seeing a big bowl of it in front of you tricks you into thinking that you're eating more calories and that you'll feel full when you're finished.
A great natural cure for a sweet tooth, fresh figs have a dense consistency and sweet flesh that's high in fiber!
Oatmeal's filling force comes from its high fiber content and its uncanny ability to soak up liquid like a sponge.
9. Wheat Berries
Move over, quinoa. Wheat berries, which are whole-wheat kernels, contain one of the highest amounts of protein and fiber per serving of any grain—6 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber.