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New scientific research reveals the top foods to keep your diet on track

New scientific research reveals the top foods to keep your diet on track

If you’re one of those people who is constantly switching and changing their diet, we’re here to offer you some scientific advice that should help to get your diet on track. New research from the University of Warwick suggests that there are 15 foods which you should incorporate into your diet to ward of hunger and to keep you fuller for longer.

It’s always hard when you are starting a diet, whether you are trying to reduce your food intake by controlling your portion size or completely changing up your diet all together, with some diets you can often be left feeling hungry and unsatisfied even after a meal.
We’re here to tell you about the foods you should be eating to keep you fuller for longer. The trick is to eat food with amino acids as scientists have recently discovered that they react with a chemical in our brain that controls our hunger. Who would have thought that science would be helping us slim down!

Amino acids are found in protein-rich foods like chicken, tuna and almonds. These are already known to be the most nutritious food for satisfying hunger and keeping you full for longer. The acids effect they have on the brain can stop people feeling hungry even without the effect of the digestive system! It’s becoming more and more apparent that our brain is so important when trying to diet! Will you give this diet a go?

Here’s a run-down of the top 15 food that you should try out that will make you feel fuller for longer:

1. Chicken
2. Turkey meat
3. Pork shoulder
4. Cheese, especially parmesan
5. Anchovies
6. Tuna
7. Mackerel
8. Crabs
9. Almonds
10. Walnuts
11. Pistachios
12. Peanuts
13. Almonds
14. Sesame seeds
15. Tahini

Why not incorporate these foods into your diet and let us know your results? Visit on Facebook and Twitter to update us with how you get on.

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