Any effective diet plan can be boiled down to four words: eat less, move more. But, while exercise is certainly an important component of dieting, it’s easy to completely undo those 30 minutes you spent on the treadmill in just one moment of weakness at a friend’s birthday party.
Consuming foods that are nutrient-dense—generally low in calories, but high in satisfaction—can help you avoid sabotaging your diet by keeping you feeling full and satisfied for several hours at a time. Junk foods are “junk” because the caloric content they provide doesn’t provide essential nutrients and isn’t filling, leaving you wanting more. Next time your hunger pangs are threatening to derail your diet, eat any of the following satiating healthy snacks:
5. WHEY PROTEIN
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