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The trick is to incorperate controled serves of low Glycemic Index Carbohydrates with each meal and snack. An example of this may inlcude
Breakfast:- 1 cup porridge or 1/2 cup natural museli
Morning tea:- Apple
Lunch:- Healthy sandwich made with 2 slices of multigrain bread
Afternoon tea:- low fat yogurt
Dinner:- lean small serve of meat, 2 cups of veggies and 1/2 cup of sweet potato or 1 cup of pasta or 3/4 cup basmati rice
Supper:- 4 squares of dark chocolate or small handful of nuts
Leaving out a serve of carbohydrate at a meal will leave you feeling hungry sooner. Low Glycemic carbohydrates keep you fuller for longer and help prevent cravings for unhealthy foods. Adding a bit of protein with a meal will also help with satisfaction.
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