This month’s tip: Feeling satisfied without overeating! Feeling fuller after eating

Is there anyone who doesn’t enjoy feeling satisfied after eating? By choosing the right foods, you can fill yourself up and boost your energy. Here are 8 tips to help you.

1. Eat Fiber-Rich Foods: High-fiber foods, such as whole grains, legumes, vegetables and fruits, take up more space in your stomach and keep you feeling full longer. As well as aiding digestion, they also promote a healthy weight.

2. Protein-rich foods: Protein-rich foods include lean meats, fish, eggs, dairy products, nuts, and seeds.

3. Consuming fat-rich foods, such as avocados, olive oil, nuts and oily fish, can help you feel full for longer periods of time. Additionally, they provide your body with essential nutrients.

4. Slow down and chew thoroughly when eating: By eating slowly and chewing thoroughly, your body can send the satiety signal to your brain. Overeating can be prevented by doing this.

5. Drink water: Sometimes thirst is mistaken for hunger. Try drinking a glass of water before eating to see if you’re just thirsty.

6. Consume foods with low energy density: Low energy density foods contain relatively few calories per gram. Many vegetables and fruits fall into this category.

7. Avoid overeating by serving smaller portions. Serve your meals on smaller plates and bowls, for example.

8. Prepare meals and snacks ahead of time: Planning your meals and snacks in advance can help you make healthy choices

Be careful not to overeat.