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What food can I eat which is both filling but not fattening?

Winter has increased my appetite to the point where I am eating at least double the amount I normally consume.

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What food can I eat which is both filling but not fattening?

Winter has increased my appetite to the point where I am eating at least double the amount I normally consume.

 

Me too!

I am turning all my clothes into compression garments!

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try eating a bowl of Future life (GI of 55), although you should mix it with water, not milk.

 

Future Life tastes like flavoured whey powder, but it does the trick for me.

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Had the same problem and actually asked the nutrionist about it.

 

Her response, eat low-gi food. Keeps you full for longer.

 


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  • If you eat oats, soak them for 20-30 minutes instead of cooking, will keep you full for longer.
  • Future life as others have mentioned is great.
  • Add lentils to your food - these work well.
  • Nuts as a snack (yes, they are a little fattening, but they are good and fill you up).
     

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Mc Donald's + Brooklax

 

Interesting.. mcdonalds makes me puke and brooklax takes care of the other exit. nice

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eating like a horse ? with little nutrional content ... hay works well.

or go to spur and have the horse as welllaugh.gif

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Jeez im starving.....

 

Im just lucky, ive never had to worry about what or how much i eat...think im gonna go bake some chocolate slices now :rolleyes:

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Winter has increased my appetite to the point where I am eating at least double the amount I normally consume.

So glad someone else posted this, was beginning to think it was just me. I have the same problem this winter, don't know why, maybe it's just a bit colder than previous years. Fortunately a few extra hours on the bike means no weight gain for me. Roll on summer.

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