Curb Hunger and Avoid The Costly Binge
Everyone’s been there – you miss a meal or you
are getting used to a lower calorie phase of
your nutrition plan when the munchies hit. You
grab the nearest and quickest food available –
usually a high carb snack food – and you chow down.
And to add insult to injury you find yourself
hungry again just as quickly as someone who
The best thing you can do to avoid this is to
plan ahead and always have a meal ready to go
quickly. Sure, this can’t always be done but it’s
your best bet to avoiding binges.
When hunger pangs hit – DO SOMETHING! And I
don’t mean eat. Drink water, go for a walk, etc.
You’ll find that the hunger pangs subside in about
10 minutes or so – unless you’ve missed a meal and
are really hungry.
If you must snack, Garcinia Slim Xtra make sure to always have high
protein food available. You’ll stay fuller longer
as it takes your body more time to digest protein.
Try to keep some of these things handy –
Cooked kitchen strips – one cup has 38 grams of
protein and only 180 calories
Lowfat cottage cheese – one cup has 28 grams of
protein and 168 calories
A three ounce can of white-meat chicken has 14
grams of protein and 70 calories
Two sticks of string cheese has 14 grams of
protein and 160 calories
A full can of tuna packed in spring water – 37
grams of protein and 175 calories
Reach for the nuts. Keeping nuts around will
keep you from binging on high carbohydrate junk food
because they are just as convenient for when you
have to eat something now!
Nuts supply you with good fats that can lower your
cholesterol as well as fiber and important vitamins
and minerals. Make sure to select dry roasted
and unsalted. And don’t forget, even though it’s
high in good fats, that still translates to 9
calories per gram. Don’t every eat.
Gregg Gillies is a speaker, consultant, fat loss expert, trainer and author. He teaches fitness via his articles, books and courses at his web site [http://www.buildleanmuscle.com] . He is the author of two books: Complete information on his books, along with lots of free articles are available at his site. And while there, don’t forget to sign up for his free newsletter, “Fit Physique”.