Filling Foods List

It is very important what is consumed at every meal and at sahur for those who spend difficult hours in the Ramadan months we are in and who are always involved with diets. While trying to maintain weight and eating healthy, it is the most logical option to get help from food instead of avoiding food. That’s why you can use foods that keep you full in order not to try to cope with hunger every minute.

1. Egg: One of the foods that should be kept close to fighting hunger is eggs. Egg, which is a rich source of protein, prolongs the satiety period according to scientific data. Especially 1-2 boiled eggs to be consumed in the morning can provide all the protein that the body needs throughout the day. For those who do not like boiled eggs, this useful food can also be colored with vegetables or dairy products. Delicious foods such as omelette or menemen can help you stay full all day.

2. Oatmeal and oatmeal: Oats is a panacea cereal. In addition to the many benefits of its fibrous structure for the body, it is number one in the fight against diseases such as cholesterol, diabetes and even cancer. The carbohydrates in oatmeal take longer to be burned by the body, so the feeling of satiety continues until the next meal.

3. Green Tea: Green tea, which is a good antioxidant, is a beverage that also helps to burn calories faster by accelerating metabolism. You can feel more energetic with the consumption of 1-2 glasses of green tea during the day, and when sweetened with cinnamon, it cuts the sweet cravings and keeps you full.

4. Yogurt: Proteins in yogurt, like eggs, give the body the energy it needs and help it stay full. Especially fat-free yogurts are very beneficial for the body.

5. Apple: Apple, which is rich in both vitamins and minerals, prolongs the period of satiety with the help of fiber, which is abundant in it. It can give back all the energy the body needs.

6. Olive oil: By providing the fat requirement of the body from monounsaturated fats, that is, by consuming olive oil whenever possible, metabolism can be supported and weight loss can be achieved more easily.

7. Salad: Green leafy vegetables are of great importance for the body. Salads made from vegetables such as lettuce, cabbage, celery, cucumber extend the time of satiety. Eating a bowl of salad before meals and adding calorie-free lemon and vinegar dressings on it helps to lose weight.

8. Protein sources: Quality protein sources such as fish and seafood, lean meat, chicken meat keep you fuller and give energy to the body.

9. Nuts: Nuts, which do not contain sugar and are rich in fiber, prolong the period of satiety. Especially nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts and walnuts can be consumed between meals.

10. Water: Water, which we need the most after oxygen, must be consumed in order for cells to carry out their vital activities. Water, which accelerates circulation, facilitates fat burning, and water consumed between meals creates a feeling of satiety.