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.
- Eat breakfast.
- Drink water.
- Fiber and whole grains.
- Recognize the feeling of hunger.
- Reduce your plate size and your fork size.
- Portion control.
- 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).