Question: How Can I Feel Fuller Faster?

How to Feel Full Faster

  • Foods That Help You Feel Full Faster.
  • Fiber. Foods that are high in fiber fill you up on fewer calories, says Tanya Zuckerbrot, MS, RD, and author of The F-Factor Diet.
  • Fruits and Veggies.
  • Lean Protein.
  • Healthy Fats.
  • Strategies to Help Fill You Up Faster.
  • Start smart.
  • Don’t skip meals.

How can I feel fuller with less food?

Tap into your stomach’s internal compass, and try these 10 tips for feeding it what it needs without overwhelming it.

  1. Eat breakfast.
  2. Drink water.
  3. Fiber and whole grains.
  4. Recognize the feeling of hunger.
  5. Reduce your plate size and your fork size.
  6. Portion control.
  7. Breathe.
  8. Feel satisfied, not full.

How can I make myself full?

To stretch your stomach without stuffing it with calories (or paper products), you need water. Aragon recommends drinking a glass 30 minutes before a meal and sipping frequently while eating. Water-rich foods—soup, salad, fruit, and vegetables—will also fill your belly without contributing excessive calories.

Is there a pill that makes you feel full?

The pill-based solution, called Plenity, is a proprietary blend of cellulose and citric acid that, when swallowed, helps people feel full faster. Taken with a meal, Plenity reportedly expands in the stomach and small intestine, leaving less room for Twinkies and french fries (or other foods, presumably).