Eat Fewer Calories, Feel More Full
Please note that 'health is wealth' and when we are unhealthy we are deficient and lack the stamen to carry out our various functions. The reason i always try to share some health issues.
Is it possible to eat fewer calories, yet feel more full? Yes, if the foods are high in fiber, according to a new study from the University of Toronto. People felt more satisfied and ate fewer calories at breakfast and lunch combined when they started their day with a high-fiber cereal, compared to when they ate a low-fiber cereal that had 100 more calories.
The concept of “energy density” for weight control has a growing body of science behind it. The idea is to fill up on foods that have lots of bulk relative to their calories. Fiber in cereal provides bulk (as does water in fruits and vegetables).
The study used Fiber One cereal (not surprisingly, it was funded by General Mills). But any high-fiber (low-sugar) cereal is a good breakfast choice. Read more -