17 Safe and Natural Appetite Suppressants ...

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You’re not seeing things;

there are actually natural appetite suppressants out there that are perfectly safe and tasty!

There are actually quite a few healthy food items that act as natural appetite suppressants and can help you stay full longer without all the excess calories and side effects!

The next time you reach for a snack, try out some of these hearty and healthy snacks to keep you satisfied!

1. Coffee

Coffee

Natural appetite suppressants aren’t all food products!

Coffee consumed in moderate amounts with minimal sugar and cream can act as a natural appetite suppressant and help rev up your metabolism!

The caffeine in coffee is the key ingredient to helping you feel full longer and some studies show that caffeine can help relieve headaches and improve your mood!

2. Nuts

Nuts

Nuts are known for being a healthy snack food but they're also a fab appetite suppressant!

Most nuts are high in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, fiber and vitamin E, which make them an ideal snack for ladies who like their foods to multitask.

Rely on nuts to fill you up, promote healthy skin and help keep you healthy.

Try eating almonds, walnuts, peanuts or natural peanut butter or hazelnuts!

3. Vegetable Juice

Vegetable Juice

I have never been a huge fan of vegetable juice but if it’s a safe way to help suppress my appetite and take in more veggies, I’m all for it!

Studies have found that drinking vegetable juice before a meal can help you take in less calories overall.

If you’re not into veggie juice, the same can be said for vegetable broth or any clear soup, just make sure they’re low in sodium so you don’t end up retaining water.

4. Oatmeal

Oatmeal

For years I’ve heard that oatmeal is the ideal breakfast because it sticks to your ribs and keeps you full all morning, so it’s no wonder that it’s on the list of foods that suppress your appetite.

Oatmeal is rich in fiber, which helps you feel full longer, normalizes bowel movements and keeps digestive problems away.

Try oatmeal for breakfast, it’s easy to make and tastes great!

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