4 Easy Steps to Suppress Appetite and Lose Weight

4 Easy Steps to Suppress Appetite and Lose Weight

Losing weight can be a difficult task, and one of the most overlooked parts is not WHAT we eat, but HOW we eat.

With the right plan of action, you can prepare yourself for the day ahead and make sure that you are eating the right food in the right way to prevent yourself from getting hungry. When you are able to suppress your appetite, you can lower your daily calorie intake and thus lose weight.

Here are 4 simple steps to help you suppress your appetite and make it through the day…

Step 1: Eat less, more frequently.

Eating smaller portions, more times a day can help you get from one meal to the next without becoming enraged with hunger. The Manna Diet in the free e-book is an easy to follow, low GI plan, to help you feel fuller for longer.

Step 2: Go for low-glycemic carbohydrates.

Try steer clear from hi-glycemic foods and carbohydrates like white bread, white rice, baked goods, sweets, and other sugary foods and beverages.

Rather opt for low-glycemic foods such as leafy greens, barley, beans, and high fiber fruit like apples and pears.

Protein rich foods are also a great addition to your diet, as it won’t really raise your blood sugar level.

Step 3

Drink a 500ml of water between meals. It will help curb your appetite. Drinking water raises your metabolism, notes a study published in the November 2010 issue of the “American Journal of Physiology.” Drinking two glasses of water at once increases the rate at which your body burns calories and reduces your appetite so that you take in fewer calories.

Step 4

Take a fiber rich supplement with each meal to increase the fullness feeling for longer. The Manna Blood Sugar Support caplets are packed with fiber to suppress appetite, which helps you to eat less and lose weight.

The Manna LOW GI SHAKE as a meal replacement works also very well as an appetite suppressant.

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