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Nine Filling Foods That Can Help You Lose Weight

Sinead Farrell
By Sinead Farrell
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One of the motivating factors for several people hitting the gym is to lose weight. And one of the major problems which going to the gym presents, is that you're left completely famished afterwards. While it's understandably tempting to to make a quick pit stop at the chipper for convenience as well as a post-gym reward, please be advised that you're looking at a ballpark figure of some 500 calories in a burger and chips meal.

So for a healthier alternative, here are nine filling foods that can help you lose weight:


They might not look like a tummy filler, but apples are actually packed with vital vitamins and nutrients that will stave off starvation while also doing good things to your body's digestive system. Some studies say that apples contain the same amount of nutrients as fruit juice and the physical effort it takes to actually consume an apple will create a feeling of satisfaction.


Well if Popeye approves the nutritional benefits of spinach then we can sit easy with this vegetable. And why wouldn't he rely on spinach to give him strength? It's rich in iron, folic acid, and vitamin K. It also contains disease-fighting antioxidants as well as vitamin C and other compounds which combat age related degeneration.


The humble egg is a nutritious weapon. Research says that those who have eggs for breakfast are likely to consume an estimated 330 fewer calories than their cereal, bagel and toast eating counterparts.




In its original state, water is a bland and tasteless substance. But it's essential to take on as much water as possible during the day and you don't have to drag yourself to the tap in order to get it in adequate amounts. Packing your diet with delicious fruits and vegetables can increase your water intake by 90%. And vegetable choices like broccoli are also laced with calcium and you know dem bones need calcium.


If you've ever been puzzled as to why people choose to gorge on something that looks gruel, well ponder no longer. Reasons for eating porridge need little to no amount of arguing. It's a food choice which is high in fibre which eliminates the craving for mid-morning snacks because it absorbs liquid and that means you won't feel hungry again until at least lunchtime.



Fruit is probably one of the easier health foods to digest because of their sugary taste and soft texture. And grapefruits are crammed with vitamin C, folic acid, and potassium. And the pink and red varieties contain lashings of vitamin A.


Just listen to the passion in his voice. This is a man who has dedicated his whole life to extracting these jacket layered bundles of goodness and let me tell you he has undertaken a noble profession. Irrespective of its reputation for carrying too much starch on board, potatoes are actually blessed with considerably less carbohydrates than brown rice or bread and they fight off the hunger demons for about the same length of time. Baked, grilled, or boiled, the potato is packed with fibre and vitamin B6, potassium, copper, vitamin C, manganese, niacin, and phosphorus.


Greek Yogurt

This creamy product has been repeatedly cited as the number one food choice for aiding weight loss. Studies have discovered that its ability to balance blood sugar can reduce cravings and leave you feeling more satisfied. It's also worth noting that Greek yogurt contains twice as much protein as the regular variety, no whey, and a lower amount of sugar.


Similar to porridge, beans can absorb a lot of water during the cooking process of stews, soups, and sauces. And they also have that valuable weapon of fibre as well as starch resident properties to postpone the release of sugar into the bloodstream.

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