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Foods That Suppress the Appetite and Assist With Weight Loss

We are all aware that many people struggle to lose weight. When asked, most dieters will say that hunger pangs are the culprits responsible for making it so difficult to adhere to a weight loss plan. Fortunately, you don’t have to rely only on will power to curb your appetite and achieve weight loss. Studies have demonstrated that foods that are high in protein and fiber suppress the appetite, which helps you avoid hunger pangs and enable you to lose weight quickly and effectively.

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Low Salt, No Salt, Low Fat, No Fat: What Does That Mean?

If you’re confused about all the different labeling on foods, you’re not the only one. Before your next grocery trip, make sure you know the difference between ‘low calorie’ and ‘reduced calorie’.

What does it mean? If you are trying to eat healthy but you’re confused about how to incorporate it into your grocery shopping, start paying attention to the packages on the food. They are government regulated so you don’t have to worry about what they mean. Print the table below out and take it with you to the grocery store if you feel confused about the labels on your food.

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