Some of his tips to curb your hunger pangs are…
There are two significant nutrients that help you fill up. Lean protein, vegetables, fruit and whole grains, with their low-calorie content, help reap antioxidants and amino acids
Food with a low GI value is digested and absorbed slowly, thus preventing blood glucose levels from spiking up.
Ensure that your intake comprises the required amounts of vitamins and minerals. Lay more emphasis on fruits and vegetables, whole grains, beans and legumes, low-fat protein and dairy products.
Eat at the same time every day. This helps the body to get accustomed to a fixed schedule and work well in tandem.
Sleep for an extra hour if you have to. Tired people tend to eat more food and are prone to binging throughout the day.
Eat eggs in any form as they tend to make you feel fuller.
Sometimes people mistake thirst for hunger and end up eating something. So that needs to be analysed.