Forget Shreddies, there are some much more potent ways to keep ‘hunger locked up ‘til lunch’ and beyond! in other words, appetite suppression.
If you’re really interested in curbing your enthusiasm for food, there are a plethora of different supplements and even foods that can help you to reign in your hunger a little longer. The only question is: do they really work? Let’s take a look at some of the options available to you…
Grapeseed oil is a superfood that is good for you in countless different ways. And among its many benefits, is the ability to suppress the appetite. This is possible thanks to the inclusion of linoleic fatty acid – which can control hunger and reduce body fat by increasing insulin resistance. Reportedly, two tablespoons before dinner will do the trick!
Pine nuts contain a different acid – pinolenic acid. This is a fat that stimulates cholecystokinin (CCK) and glucagon-like peptide (GLP-1). Don’t worry if you haven’t heard of them, you’re not alone! These are both strong hormones however that serve to tell the brain when the stomach is full. In one impressive study, women reduced their food intake by 36% just by adding the substance to their diet.
Kratom is a plant that affects the mu-opioid receptors, as well as stimulating the adrenergic receptors. The result is a sense of calm, relaxed focus with reduced pain. This has great added bonus of also suppressing appetite, seeing as the fight or flight response prevents us from feeling hungry. It wouldn’t be much use if we needed to stop for food in the middle of a fist fight, would it? Kratom also improves the metabolism thereby increasing energy efficiency so that you burn more fat and have more energy for longer.
This is all good stuff but do proceed with caution when using kratom. While it is generally regarded as safe, there have been a few reports of people dying while using it and it isn’t really intended for highly frequent use in large doses.
Protein isn’t some magical super food but word has it that you can use it to effectively suppress your appetite and prevent fridge raiding.
The trick is to have 30 grams of protein within 30 minutes of waking up. This is the advice from Tim Ferriss’ 4 Hour Body and many people report it working well. The idea is to keep yourself in ‘fasting mode’ first thing in the morning by avoiding simple carbs and to instead fill yourself with some slow-releasing protein throughout the day. A chicken breast will keep you much fuller than a bowl of chocolate cereal, that’s for sure!
Grapseed oil and pinolenic acid are just two examples of substances that curb hunger and burn fat. There are countless more out there, many of which are quite effective. Thus several companies have gone about combining these ingredients into supplements for weight loss and these can be quite effective. Others aren’t so good though, so it’s key to make sure you do your research and check out the ingredients before you waste your money!
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