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Old 05-07-2012, 06:45 AM   #1
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High Satiety Foods

Ever endeavouring to not feel hungry on my DDs I did some research into foods that keep you fuller longer.

Top of the charts is boiled white potatoes. Then comes white fish. Veggies and fruits score high on filling you temporarily but exit the stomach fairly quickly.

Porridge comes top of the breakfasts, followed by All Bran. Whole-wheat pasta is good too.

So maybe I'll try a DD lunch of salad, including cold new potatoes with some white fish? Could be really tasty too with a few spices and a drizzle of olive oil. Then some porridge before bedtime if I feel the need.

Anyone tried these foods? Here is a link

Satiety Index | Diabetesnet.com
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I find high protein shakes for lunch fill me up. I use Jay Robb whey protein powder and mix it with kefir and almond milk.
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Interesting article.

Personally, if I would eat any of those I'd be hungry again in about 3 seconds!

I find eating high protein foods fills me up the most on my DD. That, and eating super slowly! And drinking lots. And not thinking about food.

I guess everyone is different!

Do let us know if it works for you! Would love to know!
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Potatoes? Yes! Vegetables with potatoes fill me up very well.
Porridge? No. I love porridge, but a pure "porridge-breakfast" doesn't satisfy me for long, unfortunately.

Protein shakes only fill me up when thickened with psyllium or something like that. But in that case - when thickened - they're filling for quite a long time.
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Protein shakes don't last me long. I agree with the Lean gains guy - don't drink your calories.

We are talking one hungry girl here.
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Interesting article.

Personally, if I would eat any of those I'd be hungry again in about 3 seconds!

I find eating high protein foods fills me up the most on my DD. That, and eating super slowly! And drinking lots. And not thinking about food.

I guess everyone is different!

Do let us know if it works for you! Would love to know!
This. Every word. Those foods would leave me ravenous in just an hour or two. I need lots of protein so my dd so far have been almost pure protein with just a bit of chopped veggies.

I also drink about a gallon of liquid....usually either water, water with lemon or herbal tea. Yesterday I had a zevia soda because I was feeling quite hungry and it was good!

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I eat all of those foods in my diet and in combination, but I will say that I often include oatmeal on my DDs and find it very filling for the small amount of actual dry oatmeal that is included in the finished product.

I know in my early childhood, Mothers and Grandmothers often felt it was the best thing to send children out into their days after a bowl of hearty oatmeal. It was something that *stuck to their ribs*.. meaning it kept them feeling full longer and held them well until lunchtime. And I still find it very filling.

On DDs, I'll often have a small bowl of oatmeal as an evening treat, as I sweeten it with a bit of s/f pancake syrup and a bit of brown sugar and love that flavor. A DD sweet treat.
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I find a serving of oat bran hot cereal very filling also. HB eggs are my second favorite for a filling food. Nothing in the veggie category is filling to me for very long.
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I make a potato and broccoli skillet and it fills me up and there is plenty for 2 meals....potatoes were the one thing I really missed while doing Atkins. I also eat lots of Quaker Old Fashioned Oats with light brown sugar (200 cals), yummy and super filling. I've found that breakfast proteins do not keep me full at all, eggs, bacon, sausages all make me hungry within an hour...why I have no idea.
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Ever endeavouring to not feel hungry on my DDs I did some research into foods that keep you fuller longer.

Top of the charts is boiled white potatoes. Then comes white fish. Veggies and fruits score high on filling you temporarily but exit the stomach fairly quickly.

Porridge comes top of the breakfasts, followed by All Bran. Whole-wheat pasta is good too.

So maybe I'll try a DD lunch of salad, including cold new potatoes with some white fish? Could be really tasty too with a few spices and a drizzle of olive oil. Then some porridge before bedtime if I feel the need.

Anyone tried these foods? Here is a link

Satiety Index | Diabetesnet.com
Sounds like a salad nicoise would be perfect! I leave out the anchovies personally, but love the salad otherwise!

I'm always trying to find DD "full" foods. I find that chili is a good one for some reason - good lean protein and fiber with the veggies and beans. I also am one to do fruit and veggies, like strawberries or steamed cauliflower. If I eat those slowly, I notice that I get "full."

Tuna is also a good food for me, even with mayonnaise. I like the amount of protein I get from it.

Keep on the lookout!
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Oatmeal!! Have this for my first meal on a DD and I'm going for hours before I'm hungry again.

Have an egg alone without a carb like a piece of low cal bread and I'm done for! Just the protein will make me start to eat and never stop, but add a bit of carb to that and I'm OK.

Still, the oatmeal is the best in keeping me full!
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Sorry to be so dense, but what exactly is Porridge?
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An oatmeal, cream of wheat/cream of rice, or in Asian cultures made with fish, meat and rice type of hot cereal thing which is usually made when someone is sick or not feeling well.

In the USA we would call it hot cereal.

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On down days, I usually have protein and fat. Fat keeps me full longer, but hard to get a lot of fat on DD's.
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An oatmeal, cream of wheat/cream of rice, or in Asian cultures made with fish, meat and rice type of hot cereal thing which is usually made when someone is sick or not feeling well.

In the USA we would call it hot cereal.

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I need animal protein with as much fat as I can squeeze in on a DD or else I will be starving. I usually just eat smaller portions of whatever meat I've made for the week, add boiled eggs or sliced ham, sausages or cheese, depending. Very little of anything else besides meat and fats unless it's more for flavoring like salsa. For me though, it's more about the timing of when I first break my fast on DDs, which has to be no earlier than 7-8pm for me because if I eat anything earlier in the day (and it doesn't matter what I eat, I've tried it all) it'll wake up my appetite and I'll end up overeating and still feeling hungry, which then causes insomnia.
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Those things (potatoes, all bran, pasta...) would do NOTHING for me satiety wise. I can put away a ton of potatoes. I can be the bottomless pasta pit.

What fills me up on down days... eggs, chicken breast... I slice up a big tomato and cucumber to eat with it just to add some volume to my plate, they don't add too much in the way of calories. But 200 calories worth of sliced chicken breast is a nice amount, and 210 calories is 3 hardboiled eggs, they're a good amount for me satiety wise. I haven't tried, but I'd imagine that lean steak would have a similar satiety feeling, but a fatty one might make me go over on calories (but be equally as filling).

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For me though, it's more about the timing of when I first break my fast on DDs, which has to be no earlier than 7-8pm for me because if I eat anything earlier in the day (and it doesn't matter what I eat, I've tried it all) it'll wake up my appetite and I'll end up overeating and still feeling hungry, which then causes insomnia.

This is me too, I have to hold off on eating until 7pm or so, eating awakens the hunger and makes it just that much more difficult to get through the day, better to experience the small, easily ignored hunger pangs earlier in the day, they go away after 5-10 minutes. After eating though, if the hunger comes, it tends to stick around the rest of the day. I have noticed the trend, that the down days that I manage to eat below 300 cals, are the ones where I eat very late. If for whatever reason I eat early, I tend to have a much higher down day (like 700!).
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i eat high fat/protein on my DDs.

like today i will have:

a whole avocado with light miracle whip and light sour cream
one fat free greek yogurt w/ 1/3 c full fat coconut milk added along with vanilla and sf sweetener
choc gluc pudding made with a packet of sf hot cocoa, a little extra cocoa powder, vanilla and sf sweetener.

all that is 630 cals/46g fat/22g protein/30 net carbs

i eat it all in one meal.

veggies do nothing but upset my gut.
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Interesting how some of us need to stick to protein while for others the carbs are needed in the mix.

Porridge is rolled oats cooked one cup to two liquid with milk or water and a dash of salt and then lashings of honey (not on DDs though) you can add cinnamon, chopped nuts, sliced banana, grated apple, a drizzle of cream, berries...

With toppings it's very nice indeed. The Scottish eat it a lot and my Scots friend used to insist it was only proper porridge made with just salt and water and buried overnight in the back yard!
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Mine are sweet potato, avocado, any fat, any protein but usually eggs on DD, and on DD, I have been making a huge dish of mashed fauxtatos (cauliflower in blender with a Tbsp of butter) for a satisfying and filling meal with little calories. There is something to be said for eating a huge dish of something warm on a DD!
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My green monster smoothie is working great at keeping my appetite under control. I make 1 big smoothie and put it in 2 containers, then take sliced cucumber, baby carrots, and snap peas in a baggie with 1T acv, a packet of stevia and some sea salt. I munch on the veggies in the afternoon. I usually also take half cup of Greek yogurt. All of that is only about 350 calories. Leaves me plenty for a big salad or some cabbage slaw's or just a can of tuna over spinach for dinner. I like to keep it simple. I have also started drinking lots of green tea and that helps too.
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I agree with Pat about the oatmeal. I use to packets of the oatmeal, half a sliced banana, AS, apple pie spice, and vanilla extract. I get a big bowl for about 108 calories. On the box they give you the calories it is if you make it with milk. But it's only about 28 calories per packet when made with water and still very filling.
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Those things (potatoes, all bran, pasta...) would do NOTHING for me satiety wise. I can put away a ton of potatoes. I can be the bottomless pasta pit.
ditto. I'm shocked to see those on a diabetes related site. white potatoes?
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One large salad Nicoise just eaten and I feel properly full. Calories total is 258

So I'll try some oatbran porridge for supper.

I think that potatoes are ok as long as they are new potatoes - waxy and firm, and also better when cooled and served in a salad. They contain higher resistant starch when they are cold.

More about resistant starch and how they can help appetite control here.

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If you do bars at all, the Quest bars sold by netrition are all natural, 20 g protein, 6 g fat, full of fiber and do not cause gastric distress and about 170 calories. One with a cup of hot tea will keep me full for at least 4 hours.
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If you do bars at all, the Quest bars sold by netrition are all natural, 20 g protein, 6 g fat, full of fiber and do not cause gastric distress and about 170 calories. One with a cup of hot tea will keep me full for at least 4 hours.
not all of them...the ones i always pick have 200+ cals.
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I make a potato and broccoli skillet and it fills me up and there is plenty for 2 meals....potatoes were the one thing I really missed while doing Atkins. I also eat lots of Quaker Old Fashioned Oats with light brown sugar (200 cals), yummy and super filling. I've found that breakfast proteins do not keep me full at all, eggs, bacon, sausages all make me hungry within an hour...why I have no idea.
none of those foods keep me full all day either. 12 oz of steak does. all the breakfast type stuff you listed is very high fat or cals for the small amount of protein. so try a real high protein breakfast and see how that goes.
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I don't know if it can technically be called a "food", but I find glucomannan fills me up the most. Also, egg white omlettes since you can eat a lot of egg whites for a few calories (I usually sprinkle some spices, including turmeric, on the topic to make it look like real eggs and I think that does confuse the brain).
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I agree with Pat about the oatmeal. I use to packets of the oatmeal, half a sliced banana, AS, apple pie spice, and vanilla extract. I get a big bowl for about 108 calories. On the box they give you the calories it is if you make it with milk. But it's only about 28 calories per packet when made with water and still very filling.
, I'm a little confused on your calories for the packet of oatmeal. I have never found one that is less than 100 calories without the milk added. What type of oatmeal are you using at 28 calories a packet, please?
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I make a potato and broccoli skillet and it fills me up and there is plenty for 2 meals....potatoes were the one thing I really missed while doing Atkins. I also eat lots of Quaker Old Fashioned Oats with light brown sugar (200 cals), yummy and super filling. I've found that breakfast proteins do not keep me full at all, eggs, bacon, sausages all make me hungry within an hour...why I have no idea.
none of those foods keep me full all day either. 12 oz of steak does. all the breakfast type stuff you listed is very high fat or cals for the small amount of protein. so try a real high protein breakfast and see how that goes.
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