I’m always hungry!!!!
My appetite has grown!
I find it hard to go through the day without having a snack at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. !! The problem is that it starts to make me take the peas !!
At the moment it’s not too alarming, but I wouldn’t want to take more.
How can I control my appetite?
I have the same problem as you, I was hungry at the time it was annoying!
I’m also looking for a remedy,
me, I take schussler salts in pharmacies
Calcium phosphoricum (d6) in homeo tablets
you can start a cure of 12 salts and take in addition the calcium
book “the mineral salts of schussler – practical manual to heal yourself” by Gisela Elisabeth Geiger (editions trédaniel)
ALL THE RETURN
I have the same problem and recently I have been taking homeopathy: ANACARDIUM ORIENTALE 5CH. it works not bad … If you have the desire to eat at 10 a.m., you take it, also at 3 p.m. and as soon as you feel like eating when you shouldn’t … Also maybe allow yourself to from time to time a little light snack! An apple, a yogurt (without sugar!) … You can also, if you like, drink herbal teas or tea when you are hungry, it is a little appetite suppressant! For homeopathy, it should be taken as far as possible from meals (1 hour before and after) …
I don’t know what you do for a living, if you work, housewife or if you are a student? Personally, I am a student and as I am almost always at home, I have all the food I want on hand … in this case, I advise you to be careful when you do your shopping! If there are no or only a few cakes, you will eat something else!
Here is! I hope my few tips will help you!
It is always necessary that the posts turn in pub, c really relieving with force !!!
just take some chromium and magnesium and everything is back to normal in a few days good luck
but honestly given the weight and size you have to look for them with your wrists of love !!!
Well for the snack take a fruit like an apple or a pineapple …. It does not make you fat.
Maybe you fill a gap by eating so try to see if it does not come from a small problem (love, family, friend …).
Otherwise it would be necessary to consult a dietitian, psychologist or other, there is no shame and one problem can hide another.
Forget the magnesium chloride style bullshit because it does not affect hunger.
Satiety effect (=> leaving the table without being hungry anymore).
This article deals with the following points:
– Eating LPG + fiber = satiety.
– Legumes + Cereals = better amino acids.
– Moderate the HC in the evening.
– It’s 0%, Doc: What do you think?
– Omega 3.
The satiety effect is obtained more easily by eating foods from the 3 main LPG groups (Carbohydrates – Proteins – Lipids). Of course, if you combine fibers it will be even better. This not only takes up bulk in the stomach, it lowers the glycemic index, and it provides the vitamins the body needs.
Combining legumes with cereals (rice or pasta) in a dish makes it possible to obtain a set of proteins containing a significant amount of all amino acids, which improves the protein value of the diet (=> better proteins for the muscle building).
So, if you combine 60g of pasta with lentils, or 4 good tbsp (or other legumes such as red beans, dry peas and chickpeas), accompanied by 100g of meat. It is very good.
Be careful, however, legumes contain carbohydrates (HC), so slow carbohydrates. Eat moderately, and preferably at noon because in the evening it is better to reduce HC. They generally contain 50% HC.
(info on legumes and dried fruits).
So to put it differently, it won’t be a problem if you moderate the starches. Eat them preferably at noon, rather than in the evening because, in the evening, most people do not exercise much (when they watch TV or read a book).
If you eat 200 g of beans with 50 g of rice and 125 g of turkey fillet, this will give: 46 k + 180 k + 125 k = T 351 K / cal. No problem. Super balanced.
Why then do we sometimes hear it said that we should avoid combining starchy foods with meat? Because the starches mentioned above already contain protein. Because starches contain Carbohydrates (HC = slow sugars). There is a dual source of HC (rice and starchy vegetables). Ditto for proteins.
Of course, if you want to decrease the total number of calories per meal, it will be easier if you replace the starches with another vegetable. But you saw in the example given above that this is not a problem. On the other hand, it would be much more serious to remove the fibers, if you do not have another vegetable on hand.
Do not focus on the absence of fat, on the sacrosanct 0%. The body needs lipids to fuel normally. Of course, if you need to cut the total calories for the day, it would be good to watch out for excess fat. 1 gr of lipid provides 9 k / cal against 4 k for proteins and carbohydrates. But don’t think you’re doing the right thing by removing them altogether.
Another example of a super balanced meal:
– 250 ml of creamy farm yogurt (4 to 5% fat) with ½ fruit in quarters (topped with 1 tbsp of aspartame and 1 tsp of fructose): 220 k
– one soup (or a plate of raw vegetables): 85 k
– 2 tr of wholemeal bread 75 g with a nut of Alpro soya (215 k)
– 50 gr of chicken fillet, York, Saxony: 50 to 65k.
– Total 570 k. But there is very little HC. So no conversion of excess calories – carbohydrates into adipose mass. An average normal meal should be between 500 and 750 k / calories.
You can further improve the dietary aspect by adding a tbsp of soybean oil (for omega 3) to your raw vegetables (90 k).
PS: You can go read the post titled “Tip: Balanced or Fast Diet?” in the nutrition section, on page 2.
nutrition forum: dietetics and diet.
=> “Advice: balanced or fast diet?”