Discussion in 'The Pub' started by ShredSquatch, May 1, 2019.
Tape worm, if you're game.
Lots of water was a good suggestion.
Walk around at home with no shirt on for a while. Maybe answer the front door if chance allows. Nothing like some negative reinforcement to focus the mind...
Water for sure. But also not being hungry. I don’t mean that in a snarky way. Since all but eliminating sugar from my diet, I just don’t get hungry. Yesterday I ate an early dinner (@ about 4:30) because we had a Little League game. That was the last thing I’ve eaten. When lunch time came today I wasn’t particularly hungry so I decided to make it a 24 hour fast. I’m more than 20 hours in and still not hungry.
Didn’t read the thread but there was a mention of cocaine?
Getting punched in the gut.
I'll second the nuts suggestion. Almonds have very few net carbs once you factor in fiber.
Another good one is olive oil. Can't remember what it's called off the top of my head, but it contains something that works as a natural appetite suppressant
Drink water when you wake up & an hour before each meal-time. When you get that "peckish" feeling, most of the time your body isn't actually hungry, you're just dehydrated or....
Bored. Stop sitting on your butt in front of the tv or computer. Get busy with exercise, practice or anything else that keeps your mind & body occupied.
Quit eating until you're "Thanksgiving full." Your stomach has a "full button" that stops working if you hit it too often.
Get up & go to sleep earlier.
Eat more vegetables, especially leafy greens that have plenty of fiber & water. Eating high-carb, low water "munchies" drives your body into a carb rush/crash pattern that requires more food sooner.
Stop drinking soda & other sweet beverages to "quench thirst." Might feel like they do... they don't.
Water, tomato or v8.
Love TGP - 3 pages and only one real answer...
Fiber Supplements (pills to expand fiber in your tummy to make you feel full)
Soluble fiber such as psyllium, pectin, and guar gum seems to be the best when it comes to suppressing appetite, and this type of fiber is found in dried beans, peas, oats, barley, fruits and psyllium seed husks. Soluble fiber can also be found in supplement form, and the goal is to get as much fiber as you can through diet, and then use supplements to make up the difference.
What time can you come over or do you want to meet up at SixBuck ot Joes Crab Shack?
Teh Pub never dissapoints
Any paticular brand you'd recommend?
I eat an average meal; while the rest of my family goes back for seconds, I eat a rice cake. This gives me time to feel that I am full and fine - and it fills me up slightly more, so I am "topped off".
With that said, I'm not on a diet..
Right now I'm making husky look good but I need to get back down to my fighting weight so I decided to lose a few!
That's several recommendations on rice cakes so they are on the list.
Only one real answer? He he.
The fiber suggestion sounds like a great idea. But for me, I've got a sensitive gut and no matter how many types of fiber I've tried it *seems* to simply give me gas.
Nuts have quite a bit of fiber and a bit of fat so it keeps me satiated when I need to be and I don't get extra gas.
Change the cat box right before dinner time.
I defy you to be hungry.
Just kidding...sort of, pork rinds.
Olives, cheese, coffee, spoon of peanut butter, three have one thing in common, fat. Just don't eat a lot of it.
OMG I laughed out loud at you using @PLX avatar!
They said suppress, not stimulate.
I was going to gsuggest adderrall but is it natural?