I was never a big breakfast person, but once I started eating the right, nurtrient-rich foods, moving my body, and hydrating with water…you begin to regulate your metabolism. And once that happens, you turn into a calorie-buring machine! That machine burns cals while you’re asleep, too, which in turn, will give you a healthy appetite in the morning!
So stickto these small changes, and trust…it’ll all come together for wonderful things!
Just Drink water, go to the bathroom, once you finish you will be looking for your meal.
Option 2. No dinner. Only two meals.
Option 3. Reduce your dinner in half
Option 4. No food after 6pm
Try to fill 1/4 of your tummy.. And sleep early (Try to sleep before 12 A.M)
If you don't eat too much in dinner, you'll get more hungry after waking up.. And sleeping early will stop you from eating snacks and leftovers in midnight which might not dissolve in the stomach. So, Less dinner + early sleep = more hunger in Morning
I also like to drink water from the moment I open my eyes to wake up my stomach!
I also cut back on snacks in the evening (so just watching tv) and try to eat a smaller portion for dinner since it also lets me sleep better
Working out in the morning is also a sure way to make you hungry for breakfast.
Anyways, I suppose the answer is making sure you’ve eaten properly the day before and getting enough rest to ensure your body has time to go through the process of making you hungry again? I don’t know, really.
So let me answer…
I will only eat in the morning when I am hungry, but it’s important to kick off your metabolism and that’s usually done with the first thing you eat, so if I am not hungry then I will have a banana and then maybe a nice brunch later in the morning when I feel like eating..
the key for me to not feel hungry after is the type of food I eat… protein is key as it keeps you fuller for longer… fibre like cereal is good and I would tend to bulk it out with fruit and maybe a yogurt instead of milk..
hope this helps…
Many health experts conclude that if you’re thirsty, then you’re already dehydrated. Does it make sense to also conclude that if you’re hungry, then your body isn’t properly fueled. I think the main objective is to avoid feeling hungry. The way to do so is by consciously eating nutritious meals/snacks at scheduled increments throughout the day, and drinking water.
Eating a morning meal is said to help you to sustain energy throughout the day, so whether or not you’re feeling hungry, make eating breakfast as routine as brushing your teeth and getting dressed.
All the best!
And I eat less in the evening. That’s even more healthy and guarantees better sleep. I even skip dinner sometimes after having a bigger lunch for example or cake in the afternoon. Soups and salads work for me in the evening.
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