Liquid calories like soda, dessert-like coffee drinks, and juices carry tons of calories and sugar without any protein or fiber to satiate hunger, so you'll feel hungry soon after. You're better off drinking zero-calorie drinks like water, seltzer, black coffee, and tea.
Also limit hyperpalatable foods, specifically processed high-sugar, high-carb foods like cookies, doughnuts, chips, and crackers. "You may find yourself hungry sooner than expected after eating carbs that are lower in fiber or carbs that are more processed," dietitian Susannah Southern, RDN, LDN, the clinical nutrition manager at the University of North Carolina Hospitals Outpatient Nutrition Clinics in Chapel Hill, explained. Eating these foods often makes you crave them even more.