Many people will see the title of this article and ask themselves “Is this possible?” Yes, it is – there is a natural way of reducing your stomach without the need for surgery. We’ll show you a few tips that will shrink your waist size, reduce your appetite and help you eat less than before without ruining your health.
Anxiety is often mistaken with hunger and is a sign that something’s wrong in your body. You need to learn to listen to your body and control it with the tricks we’re going to show you below.
The first step
Many people fail to lose weight due to the lack of willpower and perseverance. This usually occurs when they try to lose weight quickly. However, weight loss is a slow process and losing weight gradually will have long-lasting results.
The second step
The second step is the most important step. You need to learn how to control anxiety as it is often confused with hunger. The rigid control of what you eat may easily make you anxious, so in order to control anxiety, you mustn’t starve yourself. But how can you avoid being hungry and still lose weight? Don’t worry; we’ll show you an effective way.
- Increase your fiber intake
Increasing your fiber intake is a great way to reduce appetite and lose weight at the same time. Fiber can regulate your intestinal function and remove toxins from the body. When it gets to the stomach, it expands and provides a feeling of satiety, which is vital for losing weight. Just crush 1 tablespoon of oat bran and a tablespoon of flaxseeds in a bowl, then add a glass of water and consume the mixture twice a day 15 minutes before lunch and dinner.
- Mind what you eat for breakfast
It’s very important to eat a nice and healthy breakfast so you can stay satiated until lunch. A good breakfast will improve your energy levels and reduce your appetite. The ideal breakfast consists of fiber, carbs, proteins and vitamins. We recommend eating flaxseeds, chia seeds and sesame seeds for breakfast, mixed with low-fat cheese, yogurt, skimmed milk, kefir or organic eggs. Add some carbs to the meal with tapioca and oats.
- Crispy snacks
Eat foods that require more chewing (apples, pears, walnuts, chestnuts) for snacks to reduce your hunger and fool your stomach into thinking it’s full.
- Drink plenty of water
Drink water throughout the day to expel toxins from your body and control your appetite. Make sure to drink a glass 15 minutes before a meal and an hour afterwards, but never during meals.
- Avoid salty and fatty foods
Fried and salty foods are surely tasty, but they are the most dangerous type of food for your body. Avoid eating processed foods as well and make sure to eat a high-quality healthy food in order to be healthier and cut calories from your diet. Make sure you’re consuming enough fiber to stay healthier and more fit.