Today I would like to give you my secret tip on how I control my
hunger when I am having a crazy day.
Have you ever eat lunch or dinner, and not long after you
finished stand in front of the refrigerator with the door opened
searching for something to eat or munch on?
I stand their sometimes thinking that I must be a nut! How can
I still be hungry? Have you ever felt this way?
When I experience these sensations, I no longer resist them. I
just make a good choice on what to eat so that I have a feeling
of satiety (fullness). Research has shown that peanut butter is
a great way to control hunger. A Purdue University study published
in the International Journal of Obesity found that this American favorite can help to
curb your appetite.
Next time you're experiencing these hunger aches and pain try loading up your spoon with a scoop of peanut butter and snack on it. Trust me it may not taste as great to you as the hot fudge sunday but it will curb your
appetite, and help you avoid overestating.
Short Term pain equals longer term gain. It's your choice.Healthy Eating For Weight Loss-Tips to Live By
These Healthy Pain Free Living tips will teach you how to look and feel great by
concentrating on portion control and changing you're eating habits for life. Are you tired of not knowing where to start? These tips will get you started so that you learn healthy eating for weight loss.
¬¬¬¬What to Eat
-You need to eat three meals a day and two snacks.
-Your meals need to be higher in Protein than Carbohydrates.
-You Carbohydrates should have a low glycemic index.
-For the first two weeks you MUST only eat low glycemic carbohydrates.
and No bread, rice, potatoes, pasta or baked goods.
-Limit Caffeine for the first two weeks.
– Salads made with only real Olive Oil in the dressing.
-No Alcohol of any kind for two weeks.
How Much To Eat
-You must eat normal size portions of Meat, Chicken, Turkey, Fish,
Shell fish. (The size of your palm)
You Must Drink Water
-Drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day.