Have you been feeling like you have been eating way too much, like you don’t have control over it and you don’t know why? Maybe you have been choosing your foods unwisely, even though you have the strongest willpower, there are some foods that are simply addictive.
Try to avoid the following foods, since they are the reason why sometimes it doesn’t matter how much you fill up on certain foods, you never seem to feel satisfied.
So, what foods should you avoid when you’re trying to get the most for your hunger buck?
1. Chewing gum
This bad habit stimulates the gastric juices, therefore saliva is produced and moves to the stomach fooling it into thinking there is food to be digested, making you hungrier.
2. Diet soda
This is not only highly harmful to your health, it can also make you hungrier, that to its high amount artificial sweeteners that could have the effect of triggering appetite but unlike regular sugars they don’t deliver something that will squelch the appetite.
3. High fructose corn syrup
Moderation is seemingly impossible with this evil ingredient, it interferes with the body’s metabolism so that a person can’t stop eating. It slows down the secretion of leptin in the body, which is a crucial hormone that tells you that you’re full and to stop eating.
4. Frozen dinners
These dinners don’t have enough calories or nutrients to fill you up, and there is not enough roughage to expand in your stomach.
5. Pastries and baked goods
White sugar and flour have no fiber or nutrients and they are normally packed with white sugar as well, this will send you through the roof and then you come crashing down much hungrier than you were before.
6. Sugary breakfast bars
This is practically the same as pastry, they are high processed and full of sugar, exchange them for real oatmeal, fruits and honey, or eggs and vegetables for a much better way to start your day.
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