10 FOODS THAT MAKE YOU HUNGRIER

Pastries

These baked goods are great for satisfying your palate but are not super satisfying to the stomach as they tend to be dense in [simple] carbs

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Bagels and Croissants

If you're having a bagel or croissant for breakfast, choose a whole-grain variety for complex carbs and sustained energy, and pair it with protein such as eggs.

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Low-fat traditional yogurt

Greek yogurt is a great snack option, a breakfast ingredient, and smoothie add-in for a protein boost

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Potato chips and pretzels

This can create a vicious cycle since salty snacks like potato chips and pretzels tend to be full of refined carbs and hardly any fiber to slow down your digestion.

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Alcohol

As your body processes alcohol, the release of glucose [sugar] by the liver is slowed, and this may produce a low blood sugar level.

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Low-protein granola bars

Granola bars that are high in sugar and low in protein are just glorified candy bars — seriously, some of them have upwards of 15 grams of sugar.

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White rice

Without fiber, eating a portion of white rice speeds up the insulin response and speeds up stomach emptying, which ends up making us hungrier in the long term

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White bread

White bread is similar to brown rice in that the bran has been removed from the wheat kernels that go into making the bread.

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Sugary cereals

If you love eating cereal and want something that'll help you avoid hunger and keep your blood sugar levels more stable.

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White pasta

Most pastas available in stores are made from refined flour sources without much fiber content, which can produce blood sugar fluctuations.

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