9 Foods That Keep You Feeling Full Longer

SPECIAL FROM Next Avenue By Linda Melone Sticking to a low-calorie diet in an effort to lose weight immediately presents one big challenge: hunger. When you’re hungry you’ll grab the quickest food within reach and forget all your good intentions. It’s one reason why only one out of five people can last a month before falling off the diet wagon, according to a British survey. The foods you choose, however, can make all the difference between feeling hungry again within a half hour and being satisfied for several hours. “Key components of highly satisfying foods are protein and fiber,” says Rebecca Solomon, director of clinical nutrition at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, in New York City. “My rule is fiber plus protein equals full.” Adding healthy fats also helps by slowing digestion and stabilizing blood sugar, says Amy Goodson, sports dietitian for the Dallas Cowboys. Ideally, foods or food combinations that include both protein and fiber work best to keep hunger at bay. Include the following nine foods in your meal plans to help you stay on track: Beans High in fiber and protein, beans offer an excellent example of a protein-fiber combination, Solomon says. Plus, beans, lentils, chickpeas and the like also contain high amounts of B-vitamins, antioxidants and iron. Beans also make a good protein option for vegetarians. Add them to soups, salads or on their own as a side vegetable dish. Yogurt with fresh berries Low-fat or fat-free...
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zparlak H Abstract The micronucleus (MN) technique is commonly used for genotoxicity testing. The hen's egg test (HET) for analysis of MN induction (HET-MN) is an inexpensive, rapid and simple genotoxicity assay that is compatible with animal protection and ethical considerations. Ganoderma lucidum (Curtis) P. Karst is known also as reishi mushroom and mushroom of immortality. It has long been used to treat disorders including fungal infections, influenza, common cold, hepatitis, diabetes, high cholesterol and cancer in many countries including China and Japan. G. lucidum strengthens the immune system and reduces ...
Source: Biotechnic and Histochemistry - Category: Research Authors: Tags: Biotech Histochem Source Type: research
In conclusion, while dietary tryptophan supplementation might have harmful effects in control fish, it might prove to be a promising strategy to overcome chronic stress-induced disease susceptibility in farmed Senegalese sole. Introduction Every physiological response (e.g., metabolism, mineral balance, reproduction, growth, and immune function) is at least partly regulated by neuroendocrine mechanisms, which, in teleosts, are orchestrated by the hypothalamus-pituitary-interrenal (HPI) axis. Neuroendocrine signals are released upon stimulation of HPI axis and responses are highly different within each context. In f...
Source: Frontiers in Physiology - Category: Physiology Source Type: research
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AbstractThe rate of increasing resistance to most antimalarial drugs suggests a need for better alternatives. Hence, the present study evaluates the in vivo antimalarial and biochemical profiles of a locally formulated herbal antimalarial therapy, Abaleria ® on mice infected withPlasmodium berghei. Eight groups of five mice each were used. The control groups include uninfected, infected with 1.0  × 107P. berghei parasites but not treated, infected, and treated 3  days after inoculation with 25 mg kg−1 chloroquine diphosphate (CDP). Other groups were infected and treated with 50,...
Source: Comparative Clinical Pathology - Category: Pathology Source Type: research
Publication date: Available online 21 October 2018Source: American Journal of Preventive MedicineAuthor(s): Soham Gupta, Alexander P. Cole, Maya Marchese, Ye Wang, Jacqueline M. Speed, Sean A. Fletcher, Junaid Nabi, Sebastian Berg, Stuart R. Lipsitz, Toni K. Choueiri, Steven L. Chang, Adam S. Kibel, Annemarie Uhlig, Quoc-Dien TrinhIntroductionWith improvements in early detection and treatment, a growing proportion of the population now lives with a personal history of a cancer. Although many cancer survivors are in excellent health, the underlying risk factors and side effects of cancer treatment increase the risk of medic...
Source: American Journal of Preventive Medicine - Category: International Medicine & Public Health Source Type: research
Objective: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a serious endocrine disorder. In the present study, we investigated the therapeutic effects of erdosteine in letrozole induced-PCOS in rats.Methods: Thirty two wistar albino female rats were grouped as control group (C), PCOS group (PCOS), PCOS-metformin group (PCOS+MET), PCOS-erdosteine group (PCOS+Erd). Polycystic ovary syndrome was induced by administering letrozole; such rats presented with sex hormone disorder, abnormal estrous cycles determined by daily vaginal smear, large cystic follicles, and increasing fasting insulin levels. After induction of PCOS, Metformin (500 m...
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ConclusionsEarly effects of the ACA ’s provision of free preventive care are significant for Hispanics and African Americans. Further research is needed for the later years as more individuals became aware of these benefits.
Source: Applied Health Economics and Health Policy - Category: Health Management Source Type: research
This study aims to investigate behaviours towards cancer and CVD prevention by smoking habits in Italy. The study relies on data from a large Italian population-based survey carried out in 2013 on a sample of 119 073 individuals. We studied the relationship between smoking habits and the participation in cancer (cervical, breast and colorectal) screening programmes, or CVD prevention (performing cholesterol, blood pressure and glycaemia exams) using a multilevel logistic regression model. Only 11.4, 40.1 and 8.0% of the subsamples attended cervical, breast and colorectal cancer screening, respectively, whereas CVD p...
Source: European Journal of Cancer Prevention - Category: Cancer & Oncology Tags: Research Papers: Lifestyle Source Type: research
Abstract Sitosterolemia is a recessive inherited metabolic disorder of unknown prevalence, characterized by increased levels of plasma plant sterols. It is caused by 28 and 31 variants in ABCG5 and ABCG8 genes, respectively, and is characterized by a predisposition to hyperabsorption and accumulation of toxic levels of plant sterols in plasma. Its clinical picture is extremely heterogeneous. The main clinical features are tendinous and cutaneous xanthomas, arthritis or arthralgia, premature cardiovascular disease and atherosclerosis. These characteristics are shared with familial hypercholesterolemia (FH), making ...
Source: Current Medicinal Chemistry - Category: Chemistry Authors: Tags: Curr Med Chem Source Type: research
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