The Methods for Cutting Your Appetite during the night to keep You against Raiding The Fridge

May 12 [Mon], 2014, 17:00
If nighttime usually leads to unhealthy snacking for you, try a few simple tricks to lower your appetite that I've found to be very effective. It isn’t easy to turn down high fat and high sugar foods at night when you’re relaxed, it’s dark out, you’re tired and stressed from the day, and all you want is something to comfort you, regardless of how many calories it has. I get it, and I’ve been there! It is even harder to turn down food when you’re starving and famished from dieting all day, or not eating the right foods. That’s why these tricks to lower your appetite are so amazing. I promise in no time, you’ll be on your way to waking up each morning without feeling guilty from your nightly raids anymore. All these tips come from two years of solid experimentation and are ones I still use everyday.
1. Eat Bigger Meals during The Day

This may sound counterintuitive as one of the best tricks to lower your appetite, but here’s why it works. At breakfast, lunch and dinner, double the volume of your food, but do it from leafy greens and veggies. How? Well, for starters, in the morning, if you’re having a smoothie, add in 2-3 cups of spinach instead of just fruit. You won’t taste it, and it prevents you from craving sugar and more food in general. It’s also healthy for you! At lunch, have a huge salad full of leafy greens like sweet romaine, roasted veggies, chopped raw celery, carrots, cucumber and tomatoes, and double the size of what looks like a normal salad. For me, this is about 5-6 cups. Add one protein of your choice. For dinner, do the same. This keeps you eating lots of volume to keep you full, but lowers your appetite and your calorie content. By the time bedtime rolls around, you’ll be much fuller on better foods.

2. Quit Eating Sugar

No matter how much you eat, eating sugar makes you think you’re still hungry - period. It trains the brain to constantly want Planta Fruta more, no matter how much you eat. This is why they say sugar is a drug, because it leaves you craving more and more and more. To combat this, just quit buying it! Eat naturally sweet fruits, and veggies that taste sweet like carrots, raw grape tomatoes and eat more natural foods instead of processed ones. This will train your body to be able to turn down that junk food once bedtime hits.

3. Don’t Keep Your Temptation Foods around


If there was two foods that I couldn’t quit eating at night it was nut butter and cereal. So, I just don’t buy them. Sure I miss them from time to time, but I don’t miss not being able to turn down multiple servings of them at night and then wake up feeling sick in the morning. It is fine to treat yourself occasionally, but whatever foods you can’t turn down at night, then quit buying them. Once you’ve mastered the night time eating monster, you can add them back in. I also found a way around this that keeps Fruta Planta Slim me from going overboard. I now buy the portioned packs of nut butter instead of the whole jars and eat them with my lunch. This way, when night time rolls around, I know I’ve already had my nut butter and I won’t go back to open another pack if I know it’s waiting for me the next day.
4. Make a Healthy Dessert

I love this trick more than anything. Sometimes, you just want to eat at night anyway, and that’s okay! I make what I call a raw brownie bowl that is delicious! It tastes like cake batter, yet has no sugar, halts my appetite and I just love it. I take 1 scoop of vanilla or chocolate raw Sunwarrior protein, ½ cup unsweetened almond milk, 2 tbsp. coconut flour, stevia and 1 tbsp. dark cocoa powder. I stir all this together until it mixes like a pudding. It is so creamy and filling, plus it tastes like a dream! I love that it is low in sugar, but high in protein.
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