If you're trying to lose weight, you're probably modifying your diet and eating fewer calories than you burn. If this causes you to feel hungry, then you're going to end up eating those missing calories and not be able to reach your goal. To quell that hunger feeling, you want to make the calories that you do eat count. Since foods rich in fiber keep you feeling full and satisfied longer than other foods, you want to make sure that every time you eat, you include high-fiber foods. Some great choices are fresh fruits, veggies, dried fruits, beans, nuts, and whole grains. Also, try to switch out your old pasta, cereal, and bread with whole-grain versions. Not only will this keep your hunger at bay, but eating fiber throughout the day will help you get the 30 grams of fiber you should be getting anyway.
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