Do you find yourself mindlessly snacking because your meals aren’t keeping you as full as you’d like? Does your stomach growl in anticipation of lunch, even though you just ate breakfast?
At some point, we’ve all fallen victim to an unexplained raging appetite, which can lead to eating snacks that are high in calories, sugar, and fat, and, of course, weight gain.
But instead of popping pills that’ll supposedly curb hunger, you can turn to something surprising: food. It may sound contradictory, but eating can actually suppress your appetite, as long as you choose the right foods.
Some foods are naturally superior when it comes to helping you eat less because of the specific nutrients they contain, the form you eat them in, or their satisfying taste.
Apples are an excellent source of hunger-busting fiber, so don’t feel constrained by the whole one a- day thing.
A recent study found that every additional 10 grams of soluble fiber eaten per day resulted in reduced belly fat by about 4 percent over five years.
Another study found that the Pink Lady variety of Apples ranked among the highest level of antioxidant flavonoids of an apple, giving them top marks in fighting inflammation and protecting heart health.