Juggle the Hunger
Another diet has just failed because you couldn’t manage your limitless appetite? It is hard to control your hunger feeling, you think that you have nothing else to do, but disturb the refrigerator.
However, this is not true, there are very effective tricks to put your hunger to sleep .
Method 1. That mysterious water
People stop eating when they feel that their stomach is full. This a great advantage for us, whom want to juggle the hunger. If your hunger calms down only when your stomach is full, then we will fill it, but not with tons of calories, but with water! This divine substance proves to be effective in moping your hunger. Whenever you feel hungry grab a glass of water, if the hunger feeling still continues to torture you, then grab another glass of water. Using this method you will not only mope your hunger and continue your regime safely, but your organs will love you. As water is the best detoxifier, your body will be freed from unnecessary substances thus their performance will enhance too. Drinking more water will contribute also to your skin purification and renewing.
Method 2. Eat fibrous food
Cereals are one of the main sources of fibers. What makes fibers so perfect for hunger repression is hidden in the way they behave alighted in the digestive system. Their chemical composition contributes to their swelling up in the stomach thus with small portions your stomach is filled for a comparatively long period of time. Swelling up, firstly, they slow down the digestive processes and secondly, they hinder other substances’ normally quicker digestion , leading to a longer lasting unwillingness for food intake.
Method 3. Not always you are hungry when you want to eat
There are so-called bad eating habits. These habits are adopted through our routine daily life. The cornflakes-in-front-of-the-TV situation describes it thoroughly. So, eating only when you are hungry for real is, to some extent, a thing of our habitual rearranging too. You need to learn to make a distinction between these two situations of real hunger (body’s fuel need) and the fake one(mind’s capricious demands).
– Zachary R.