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7 Foods that Naturally Satisfy Your Hunger


Filed Under (Food, General) by Rick Kaselj

Happy Sunday from the beautiful San Jose!

Yesterday’s meeting was amazing. I’ve learned a ton of stuff that I am certain that will help me do better articles, emails and videos for you.

I know for most of you that this is a day of rest. But I am going to head back in to the second day of meeting to learn  even more on how I can better help you.

Before I head in to the meeting, enjoy the article below on the seven foods that naturally satisfy your hunger.

I will be eating some of these foods at lunch in order to satisfy my cravings and prevent myself from overeating.

Enjoy the article and we will talk to you tomorrow!

~ Rick


Food is an important part of our lives and we all need it to survive. However, the consumption of too much food could be problematic. If a person consumes too much food, especially too much of the wrong types of food, he or she could gain too excessive weight and may become generally unhealthy. Also, consuming too little food or insufficient nutrients could also be harmful to the body. The body needs good food in the right amounts and preferably at the right time. Good nutrition can do the body a world of good. There are also foods that are good for the body and are also particularly filling too. Some of these foods are quite natural and imply that these foods are able to satisfy a person’s hunger naturally. Natural foods have not been altered and come with little or no processing. When foods are able to satisfy your hunger naturally, this is a win-win situation because you are getting the nutrition you need and also doing so in proportions that are healthy. The following are 7 foods that are able to naturally satisfy your hunger.

1. Vegetables and Fruits

Well, this may not be what you really hoped to see on the list. In addition, people do not feel that vegetables and fruits can satisfy hunger [1]. However, there is truth regarding vegetables being good for you in terms of low calories and high micro-nutrients [2]. Vegetables can be filling and sometimes, a change in diet may mean that the body needs a little time to get accustomed to the new food you are consuming. There are also people who do not like vegetable because these foods may seem to taste plain or not have the appeal of sugar-filled and salt-rich foods. However, vegetables, especially veggies in their natural form are very good for your body. Plant-based diets can have their advantages including the consumption of foods in the basic, natural state. You can consume carrots, lettuce, cucumbers, celery and many other vegetables in large quantities without adversely affecting the amount of calories you consume. Thus, vegetables are rich in nutrients while having low calorie counts.

fruits and vegetables

 Hence, you keep full and healthy when consuming vegetables and fruits. You do need to beware of any additions or accompaniments to the vegetables and fruits such as salad dressing and salty or oily side dishes. Fruits can also contain sugar but can still be good option when choosing between healthy foods to eat and less healthy food options that are readily available as well. Fruit juices that are a hundred percent made from real fruit are also good for the body.

2. Whole Grain Foods

Whole grains can provide a rich, natural option when deciding what types of foods consume. For many processed food such as rice, bread, muffins, pasta, crackers and cereal, there are possibly healthier whole grain food options that you could consume. The whole grain options are typically more natural with little or no processing and are able to create a feeling of not being hungry.

whole grains

These carbohydrates also provide the body with the energy it needs to carry out the day’s activities and can satisfy hunger due to their dense composition [3][4]. The composition of whole grains makes such foods very rich in fibre and this can be great for the digestive system. In addition, because whole grains have undergone no or minimal processing, it takes adequate time for whole grain foods to pass through the digestive system which enables you to naturally have the feeling of being full or not hungry. As carbohydrates, whole grains can be a great accompaniment for high protein meals. Sometimes, such carbohydrates are needed to aid in the digestion of these proteins.

3. Nuts and Nut Butters

Nuts can be another healthy food option. Yes, nuts can also be high in fats. However, some of these can be the good fats that aid your body’s metabolism. When used to make various types of nut butters, nuts could provide a quick option to meals by providing fast spread for items like wheat crackers or whole wheat toast.

mix nuts

You could soften the nut butter by using a little heat. If you are looking for an accompaniment for vegetables, you could also try a nut dip when you are able to soften the nut butter. There are also other benefits you get when you consume nuts including decreasing bad LDL cholesterol [5]. Nuts are also good sources of protein.

4. High Protein Foods

Apart from nuts, eating other foods that are naturally high in protein can be a great way to start the day. Protein can act as fuel for the body, enabling the cells in the body to recover and recharge. Food like eggs and meat are rich in protein. You do not want to overdo your consumption of meat, especially red meat. However, there could be benefits in consuming lean protein in moderate amounts.


The consumption of protein, especially in the morning could also help you control food craving and your appetite for the rest of the day. Having a full feeling may help in keeping your moods in check while filling your body with the fuel it needs to continue the day. Peanut butter may also be consumed by itself and could be a good way to snack too.

5. Oatmeal

Oatmeal gives you a great, wholesome feeling, especially when consuming natural types of oatmeal such as steel cut oats or oats that have not gone through the processing that eliminates most of the natural aspects of the food. Oatmeal also has the advantage of being very filling.


To make oatmeal, a small quantity can be mixed with water and this forms a nice, quality meal that is heart-warming and good for you. It can also be a dense meal and thus, a little amount of oatmeal is able to go a long way. You could use skim or low-fat milk to make your oatmeal. Taking oatmeal as your breakfast in the morning could carry you a long way during the day. Get cozy quickly with this natural and satisfying food.

6. Greek Yogurt

There has been a lot of news regarding the usage of Greek yogurt. Generally, yogurt provides a significant amount of protein. It gets special mention on this list due to its convenience and usage as a snack. You could buy a variety of different types of yogurt.


However, you also do need to beware that there are yogurt brands that could contain a high amount of sugar. Greek yogurt brands can provide a healthy option and typically contain additional protein. This makes Greek yogurt a great way to keep full and pumped up with good nutrients while also watching your calorie counts.

7. Healthy Snacks and Spices

There are also various times when you may want a snack and choosing a healthy snack could be a life-changing routine as well. If you indulge in an abundance of unhealthy snacks, you could end up having a less than healthy life-style. Hence, your snack habits are very important. You could choose snacks that are made from whole grains such as whole grain crackers or nuts. Avocados could also be part of a healthy snack and avocados are rich in fats that are good for the body.


Popcorn is another healthy snack and this could keep your stomach full for a long time. There are also spices that could help you maintain healthy eating habits. Spices like cinnamon or nutmeg could help to provide a filling sensation and may help to stabilize the body or provide a soothing feeling. Sometimes, people ignore or underestimate the way that spices may be used. The right snacks and spices could improve your metabolism [6]. In their natural state, certain spices like cinnamon can provide antioxidants and you could add spices to cups of tea, milk or other drinks.

When people get hungry, they may need to eat and what better way to satisfy the body than to eat food that is good for the body and also able to keep you satisfied naturally. Natural foods are closed aligned with healthy living and healthy living has a strong correlation with an improved quality of life. It could be quite tempting to ignore hunger or your body’s need to eat. However, this is not the best route to take because it may only result in you splurging on food when you finally decide to eat. In addition, at such times, you may also be more prone to eating the wrong types of food and this may end up keeping you hungry and also in a depressed or moody state. Thus, when you are hungry, consider if it is time to eat and also eat the right types of foods such as foods that can keep you naturally satisfied.

If you want to learn more about satisfying your hunger naturally, then check out the Best Foods that Rapidly Slim and Heal in 7 Days program here:

Best Foods That Rapidly Slim & Heal In 7 Days

Rick Kaselj, MS

[1] Why people don’t eat fruit and vegetables – PubMed
[2] Increasing fruit and vegetable consumption – Challenges and opportunities
[3] Whole grain rye porridge breakfast improves satiety – PubMed
[4] From the bakery – mmmm smell that aroma
[5] Quick facts – Nuts for nature
[6] How to raise metabolism – eMedExpert


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