One of the things I love about staying at hotels is I get to watch a variety TV channels. From fashion to health to cooking, National Geographic Wild, and hit TV series like Mad Men, I spent after lunch hours glued to the tube. Like any mother, my first choice to watch is a health and fitness channel. Over the weekend, I learned about a growing trend called appetite suppressants. Apparently, a popular drug these days is phentermine, a suppressant and energy fill which can be bought at http://www.shoppharmacycounter.com/t-phentermine.aspx
But if you don’t have the budget, you might opt for this easy, ready, natural choices:
**Dehydration can sometimes be mistaken as hunger. Make sure you drink 6-8 glasses of water a day.
**The fruit is high on soluble fiber and pectin – a mineral that helps keep the stomach feel full.
3. Pine Nuts
**They possess more protein than other nuts and seeds and also contain pinolenic acid, which can stimulate specific sensors in the brain that are responsible for telling you that you’re full.
**Go fo broth before meals. Clear soups are a low calorie, water-dense food that are low in calories, but filling in the stomach.
5. Hot spices
**Spicy food is known to increase fat-burning metabolism naturally and act as an appetite suppressant by temporarily dulling the tongue’s ability to sense sweet.
Coffee and tea as well are also on the list but make sure you sip them without heavy cream and limited sugar added.