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Tips to Stay Full Longer

Beat Hunger and Boost Satisfaction

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  • PHHHISC
    I appreciate the information.
  • It is great that readers update articles and point out changes in current thinking, but this can be done without a critical tone. Instead of just kvetching, have you contacted your Spark Coach about discrepancies, suggested a new topic or otherwise tried contacting Spark admin?

    Having said that, there are points in this article that are timeless and beneficial - salads, broth based soups, water, etc.
  • After reading this, I think I am going to add broth soups to my meals. Well, at least, a few times a week,
  • Great ideas. After being at this for many years, good and innovative ideas are welcome!
  • Great ideas. Definitely a keeper.
  • This was the best article I've read on nutrition! So much good information!
  • I just scrolled down the other comments and saw many readers criticizing the "dated" article. Hummm... yep we now know that there are good fats and not so good fats but there were so many good points that were included that I think overall it was a great motivator for many of us, at least me.
  • I Have been making a big batch of vege based soup once a week which has really helped in many ways. I now feel like I am not starving myself. We either have it for lunch, replacing a sandwich which included mayo, or begin dinner with a bowl of soup. I put into the soup whatever I have on hand rather than my usual approach of using a recipe. Liberating and feeling creative(-: my husband has become involved with the creative activity as well so this new way of eating is doing lots of great things in our family of two. Thanks SP for your great articles- very motivating.
  • Lots of OUTDATED information from the outdated Becky Hand.
  • It's a dated article but I enjoyed it. I'm a big fruit eater ... given my preference I could live on fruit which of course would guarantee me a shorter less healthy life. There are some good tips there always are but articles need to be kept timely if only to make up for the changes in food production. Now more than ever it's important to read the label and it needs to say more than "Libby's, Libby's, Libby's" (that really dates ME).
  • Great article! After reading this article I can see how one of my most satisfying meals is a large veggie bowl which includes baby spinach, cucumbers, broccoli, tomatoes and mushrooms. I also sometimes add avocado chunks to the bowl. It is very satisfying and leaves me full and happy! It helps meet many nutrition goals and contributes to water intake. I try and eat a bowl of veggies every day.
  • Broth with veggies helps me - think its the fiber and sodium combo. Salads with onions and bits of white chicken for flavor help me. FF popcorn definitely helps - think its the fiber/salt combo. Fruits satisfy me only for maybe 30 mins. What works the most is a fiber supplement. Has to be a blend with guar gums; inulin or benefiber do not work nearly as well.
  • Since 2013, the comments have mentioned the outdated advice in this article. Obviously, no one from Spark management reads these. So where do you go to let them know about articles that should be deleted? Post it on the message boards

    Anyway, read labels: try to stay away from chemicals. Know your body: I get full on plain popcorn, but overeat it because it tastes so good. Eat sensibility: no matter if it's plain popcorn, or cake, if you can't resist it, don't buy it.
  • Others have mentioned it, but I want to add my own two cents to this. Low=fat has been proven to be dangerous for our health. When will dieticians get up to date. Healthy fats, coffee, chocolate, eggs - all these are now considered healthy and dieticians who were trained before these studies came out need to go back to school. I remember way back in time when cranberries were taken off the "safe food" list! I think people now know they are good for us. So catch up, please!
  • Becky Hand's writings are bordering on dangerous, considering the wealth of knowledge out there about healthy fats.

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