Go for oats
Porridge oats are full of a form of dietary soluble fibre called beta glucan, which supports healthy digestion and regular bowel movements. It also helps to keep blood glucose levels stable, which means we feel fuller for longer and experience fewer nagging sweet cravings.
Eat edamame beans
These beans are great to snack on, or in salads or soups. They are high in fibre that will keep you full, preventing you from overeating. And they’re packed with protein which will also keep your appetite in check.
Opt for broccoli
This vegetable is a great choice to help with weight loss mainly because it is so low in calories, but also because it is high in fibre and water. These help to create bulk without calories. The fibre fills you up and also slows digestion, which can help you reduce snacking.
Nuts are rich in healthy unsaturated fats and full of protein and fibre. Together these three nutrients slow digestion and regulate blood sugar. Try sprinkling on a salad or mixing into porridge.
Once avoided because they were thought to be fattening, we now know that avocados are a source of healthy monounsaturated fat, which satisfies hunger. They can benefit weight loss by filling you up and reducing your desire to eat.