Quick Tricks To Fill Your Hunger

Posted: September 11, 2018

Most of us consume three square meals every day, but at times hunger strikes in at unwanted intervals, because of incomplete meals or fasting or skipping breakfast, lunch or dinner. Quick foods or ready to eat foods are the best bet at this time of hunger.

Fruits like bananas, apples, guavas & grapes are the ones that can fill your tummy quickly with best nutrients.

Protein bars and dry fruits like cashewnut, almonds, pista and raisins are easily consumable at any place.




Puffed rice or poha soaked in milk is a soft and light food at the time urgent hunger.

Vegetables like carrot, tomatoes and cucumber are crunchy, juicy and tasty & can reduce the hunger pangs.

Nuts like groundnuts, fried channa dal, dried channa are great foods to compliment your hungry stomach.

Sugar candy, sweets or bars made with jaggery,  sweet corn,cold milk, fruit juices are also helpful to fight hunger.

Biscuits can also be added to this list, but better avoided as many contain large amounts of maida (Refined flour). Snacks items mostly are deep fried in oil. So, it is better to avoid such oily foods.

Items like noodles, pre packed foods, chocolates, ice creams cannot be included if one is in the way of reducing weight or highly diet conscious.

Know the food, the good food that makes happy living !

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