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    best foods that satiate my appetite!!!

    Hello PBers,

    So far pb works very well. 'm Not extremely lost al lot of weight but feel fine!
    But there are days when I just don't get saturated. I do not dare to eat more than I do now.
    I want to keep this weight but prefer more weight loss. Maybe it's too early for this?! ( 5 weeks)
    Therefore, I would like to know which foods saturate more then others so I don't feel hungry shortly after every meal.
    Which food is best for a saturated snack??

    BF /early lunch
    Big salad varied veggie's ( 300 gr. +)
    200 gr. Meat or fish (prepared in coconut or olive oil)
    1 egg
    250 gr. Fullfat Yoghurt

    Diner 17.00
    200 gr. Meat or fish (prepared in coconut or olive oil)
    Potato 1 or 2
    300 gr. + varied veggie's

    Snack is in the evening, 2 egg's with a raw carrot or an apple with full yoghurt.
    In the evening I still use sugarfree gum can not stop this habit....

    Thank you for the effort

    F/5.6/142 lbs
    (Btw, sorry for my poor English)

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    fattier meat and fish work best for me. I tend to use animal fat rather than olive oil when cooking- it seems to add to my fullness.
    you eating plan looks pretty good and so is your English so don't apologise
    When I'd had enough of the grain and starched based 'diabetic eating for health' diet (eating for health, my ass!) my weight was 242.5 lbs. On starting primal- 18th April 2013 weight : 238.1.
    27th July 2013. weight after 100 days 136.9 weight lost 101.2lb ; that's 105.6lbs since I stopped the 'diabetic eating for health'
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbDodger View Post
    fattier meat and fish work best for me. I tend to use animal fat rather than olive oil when cooking- it seems to add to my fullness.
    you eating plan looks pretty good and so is your English so don't apologise
    Thank you Carbdodger! The fattier meat will indeed keep me fuller for longer, normally

    2 days ago I was invited for dinner at a steakhouse. The starter was chicken wings and ribs which was 2 wings/2 ribs for me. After that a buffalo steak of 300 gr. with 1 large white potato and heavy cream. In addition, a medium salad. Dessert was ice cream, ik didn't order this.....but I had to bite my lip because I was still hungry
    When I got home I ate a bowl full yogurt and a few nuts. Witch didn't fill me enough for a after-snack.
    I'm glad this is not happening every day, it's exhausting........

    But...is this normal??

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    Satiating foods, in my experience at least, have the potential to vary from person to person. Or not. We all have different bodies, and we need to see what's right individually. That being said, I'll second fatty meat cooked in animal fat. Coconut milk too, for me, but only when it's solid. Not when it's a liquid. If you allow white potatoes in your diet and you're active enough to use them, they're pretty filling.

    Regarding the gum, toss what you have out, stop buying more, and chew on a toothpick if you want to chew. It's a breakable habit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Castle View Post
    Satiating foods, in my experience at least, have the potential to vary from person to person. Or not. We all have different bodies, and we need to see what's right individually. That being said, I'll second fatty meat cooked in animal fat. Coconut milk too, for me, but only when it's solid. Not when it's a liquid. If you allow white potatoes in your diet and you're active enough to use them, they're pretty filling.

    Regarding the gum, toss what you have out, stop buying more, and chew on a toothpick if you want to chew. It's a breakable habit.
    Thank you Castle. I did not think about coconut milk yet...sounds good for in my coffee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Castle View Post
    Regarding the gum, toss what you have out, stop buying more, and chew on a toothpick if you want to chew. It's a breakable habit.
    What is wrong with sugarless gum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ez2cy View Post
    What is wrong with sugarless gum?
    Arificial sweeteners are bad for you

    What Are the Ingredients in Sugar-Free Gum? | eHow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Owen View Post
    Arificial sweeteners are bad for you

    What Are the Ingredients in Sugar-Free Gum? | eHow
    I disagree with this in the context of sugar-free gum. It depends on the dosage. Now, if they're chewing five packs of sugar-free gum, then there might be an issue. But a few pieces? Nothing to worry about.
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    I find eggs cooked with runny yolk to be very satisying, and yes - animal fats and fatty meat are also very satiating. Also eating plenty of fresh veg and fruit works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Owen View Post
    I find eggs cooked with runny yolk to be very satisying, and yes - animal fats and fatty meat are also very satiating. Also eating plenty of fresh veg and fruit works well.
    Thank you Owen. The runny yolk is delicious but here on Bali I bake or boil my eggs for salmonella risk

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