Greek yogurt contains nearly twice as much protein as conventional yogurt. It requires more time to exit the stomach, keeping you full for longer.
Quinoa (pronounced keen-wa) is a superfood that belongs in a diet for weight loss.
According to a number of studies, cinnamon may have a stabilizing effect on blood sugar levels.
Unless you consume less food because it's spicy, it probably has little effect on weight.
Multiple studies indicate that green tea may promote weight loss by stimulating the body's fat-burning processes.
Grapefruit lacks magical fat-burning properties, but it can help you feel satisfied while consuming fewer calories.
Foods that are high in water occupy more space in the digestive tract. This sends the body the message that it has had enough to consume, leaving less room for additional foods.
Apples and pears also have a high water content. Eat them with the skins for added fiber, which will make you feel fuller for longer.
Contrast two cups of grapes to one-fourth cup of raisins. Both options contain slightly more than 100 calories, but grapes will likely leave you feeling more satiated.
Berries, like other fruits, are high in water and fiber, which can help you feel fuller for longer.
They satisfy the demand for crunchiness, are high in water and low in calories.
Baked sweet potatoes are so flavorful that they don't require much seasoning unless you want to attempt cinnamon.