For many people, sticking to a diet is the hardest part of a body or lifestyle transformation due to the hunger that accompanies calorie restriction.
One way to overcome the hunger hurdle is with an appetite suppressant like Biogen Appetite Suppress.
Keep calories in check
The golden rule in any successful weight loss plan is achieving and maintaining a slight calorie deficit – burning more calories than you consume on a daily basis.
Creating this deficit relies on a slight decrease in the calories you eat and a boost in the energy you burn through daily activity and exercise. However, working out and eating a little less makes you hungry, which is why finding ways to avoid overeating can become the key to success.
Keep hunger pangs at bay
One option is including an appetite suppressant in your supplement plan to help you manage your caloric intake more effectively. An appetite suppressant can help to temporarily dull your hunger and increase the feeling of fullness.
A product like Biogen Appetite Suppress is formulated with ingredients, like white kidney bean extract¹, that help to suppress your appetite and temporarily increase the feeling of fullness and satiety.
Research¹ shows that white kidney bean extract inhibits the α-amylase enzyme, which can limit carbohydrate digestion and absorption with “small but potentially meaningful attendant beneficial effects on body weight and metabolic health”.
By reducing feelings of hunger and cravings, these supplements empower dieters to maintain better control over their food consumption and make healthier choices. By curbing the desire to overeat or indulge in unhealthy snacks, appetite suppressants help create that crucial calorie deficit.
Added weight loss support
Furthermore, products like Biogen Appetite Suppress provide additional weight-loss assistance with ingredients like Garcinia and Bioperine® that improve digestion and support glucose metabolism.
When combined with a balanced diet and regular exercise, appetite suppressants can serve as valuable tools in achieving and sustaining your weight loss goals, empowering individuals to adopt healthier lifestyles and improve overall well-being.
Fill up before eating
You can also try one of the oldest diet hacks in the book – drinking a glass of water before a meal. A study² confirmed that drinking water before eating reduced the amount of food consumed. These results prompted researchers to conclude that pre-meal water consumption “may be an effective weight control strategy”.
Another study³ showed that drinking 568 ml of water before a meal decreased calorie intake and hunger while increasing fullness and satisfaction.
- Ruth Nolan, Oliver M. Shannon, et al. It’s No Has Bean: A Review of the Effects of White Kidney Bean Extract on Body Composition and Metabolic Health. Nutrients. 2020 May; 12(5): 1398. Published online 2020 May 13. doi: 10.3390/nu12051398
- Jeong JN. Effect of Pre-meal Water Consumption on Energy Intake and Satiety in Non-obese Young Adults. Clin Nutr Res. 2018 Oct;7(4):291-296. doi: 10.7762/cnr.2018.7.4.291. Epub 2018 Oct 31. PMID: 30406058; PMCID: PMC6209729.
- Corney RA, Sunderland C, James LJ. Immediate pre-meal water ingestion decreases voluntary food intake in lean young males. Eur J Nutr. 2016 Mar;55(2):815-819. doi: 10.1007/s00394-015-0903-4. Epub 2015 Apr 18. PMID: 25893719.