No more worrying about going hungry when you diet.

No more worrying about going hungry when you diet.
May 15

No more worrying about going hungry when you diet. That’s right with a Satiety Diet, you’ll feel fuller longer.

The foundation of the Satiety Diet is to eat healthy foods that offer satiety – or the feeling of being full and satisfied.

This type of diet includes food you already eat including fish, fruits and vegetables, nuts and avocados. Best of all, all you need to do to lose weight following a Satiety Diet is to simple eat these types of food on a daily basis.

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What is the Satiety Diet?

The Satiety Diet is a mixture of the Mediterranean and the Keto diet. According to 2017 published research from food scientists at Université Laval in Canada, the combination of the Mediterranean and the Keto is the key to eating foods you love and losing weight.

The study reported a comprehensive satiety diet consists of the following daily diet:

    - 5 servings of high fiber whole grains
    - 4 servings of whole fruits or vegetables
    - 1 lean protein with every meal
    - At least one lugume meal per week
    - Finally, the consumption of hot or red peppers weekly


      How does the Satiety Diet Really Work?

      The Université Laval tracked the daily diet of 70 obese men over a 16-week period. Half of the participants followed the following plan:

        - 20–25% of calories from protein (fish, chicken, etc.)
        - 45-50% from carbs (whole-grain bread, oatmeal, etc.)
        - 30-35% from healthy fats (avocados, olive oil, etc.)

        The remaining participants following this diet:

          - 10–15% protein
          - 55-60% carbs
          - 30% fat from healthy fats

          The participants following the first group lost a significant amount of weight compared to the second group. In addition, those in the first group reported feeling more satisfied and less hungry.

           

          Why is the Satiety Diet Similar to the Mediterranean and Keto Diets?

          Aside from the hot peppers, the satiety diet is similar to the Mediterranean diet. As regards to the Keto diet, any diet that includes healthy fats is labeled a keto diet.

          So to help you get started eating the foods you love, losing weight and feeling great, check out this great tasting recipe. Also, don’t forget to download your free copy of the Healthy Recipes and Food Plan of the Satiating Diet

           

          Creamy Tuscan Garlic Chicken


          Prep time: 10 minutes
          Cooking time: 15 minutes
          A restaurant-quality meal – serving 4-6.

           

          Ingredients

            - 1½-pounds thinly sliced boneless skinless chicken breasts
            - 1 Cup heavy cream
            - 2 Tablespoons olive oil
            - ½-cup chicken broth
            - 1/4 -cup dried cherries
            - 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
            - 1 teaspoon garlic powder
            - ½ cup Parmesan cheese
            - 1 cup chopped spinach
            - ½ cup sun-dried tomatoes

               Instructions

              Take a large skillet and add the olive oil. Add the chicken and cook on medium heat for 3-5 minutes until brown all over (must no longer be pink in the center). Then remove chicken, setting aside on a plate.
                Add the chicken broth, heavy cream, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, and Parmesan cheese. Whisk all together on medium-high heat until mixture thickens. Add the spinach as well as the sundried tomatoes, allowing them to simmer, until the spinach starts to wilt.

                  Then add the chicken and cherries back to the mixture in the pan and serve over pasta if desired.

                  Finally, consider adding some cherry juice or dried cherries to your daily diet, too. Cherries are a natural anti-inflammatory for sore muscles and joints.

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