Welcome to The Satiety Diet!

How to Lose Weight - The Satiety Diet
“How to Lose Weight – The Satiety Diet”. Book #1 in the Satiety Diet series.

“Satiety is the key to weight loss”.
This is what The Satiety Diet is all about.

Losing weight can be hard. If it were easy, we’d all be slim and there would be no “obesity crisis”.

At first glance, it seems straightforward; if you simply ate less and exercised more, you would lose weight. Right?

If only it were that simple!

The Satiety Diet is based on cutting-edge research into the countless ways not only your food, but also your thoughts, habits, senses, environment and almost every aspect of your life can profoundly affect your body-weight.
The first two books in the series present data about a vast range of lifestyle factors including and beyond diet, all of which are powerful tools for weight control. The third book contains recipes for delicious dishes.

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The Satiety Diet Weight Loss Toolkit
“The Satiety Diet Weight Loss Toolkit” – Book #2 in the Satiety Diet series.

Do you love food, but want to lose weight? Have you tried dieting, only to give up, time after time? Are you ready for an ingenious approach that uses powerful ‘body-speech’ methods to help you lose weight ?
This program is the science-based way to lose weight and keep it off forever.

No, this is NOT just another fad diet. In fact, it’s beyond a diet. It’s a way of communicating with your own body in its own language, instead of constantly battling against hunger, cravings and addictions.
It’s a way of losing weight as painlessly, as pleasurably and as healthily as nature intended.
Your body wants to be slim, fit and healthy. It’s 21st century living that can sabotage your weight loss efforts.
But there is an answer.

The Satiety Diet is the lifestyle that works because it’s the one you can actually stick to.

About this website

Crispy, Creamy, Chewy - The Satiety Diet Cookbook
“Crispy, Creamy, Chewy – The Satiety Diet Cookbook”. Book #3 in the Satiety Diet series.

If you’re here, you might have already read the first book in the series, “How to Lose Weight – The Satiety Diet”.

If not, we urge you to read it so that you will understand why and how this website works to support you while you lose weight.

For a start, you may have noticed that there are no close-ups of delicious food on our home page. This is because images of food, particularly colorful images, can trigger feelings of hunger.

We care about your weight loss journey and we have made all efforts to confine food pictures to certain sections of the website, so that you won’t stumble across them without warning!

Being aware of hunger triggers and knowing how to deal with them are among the many well-researched, powerful techniques used in this life-changing program.

Science supports the idea of using satiety for weight control. “Satiation, which brings eating to an end, and satiety, which inhibits eating between meals, are well-documented mechanisms,” say the authors of an article in The Journal of Nutrition titled “Sweetness, Satiation, and Satiety”.
According to the article, “New methods of brain imaging have allowed researchers to identify brain sites where activity corresponds to food liking and food wanting. Activity in these brain sites is different according to physiologic state (hungry vs. sated) and also between overweight and normal-weight individuals, particularly under stress. The concept of “reward homeostasis” suggests that food-derived pleasure must be satisfied in order to facilitate body weight control and particularly to avoid eating in the absence of hunger.”
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France Bellisle, Adam Drewnowski, G. Harvey Anderson, Margriet Westerterp-Plantenga, Corby K. Martin. “Sweetness, Satiation, and Satiety.” The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 142, Issue 6, June 2012, Pages 1149S–1154S, https://doi.org/10.3945/jn.111.149583


Author James L. Gibb is an educator, writer and health researcher, who holds a university degree and a diploma of education. He has a lifelong interest in health and well-being, and is the author of “Is Food Making You Sick? The Strictly Low Histamine Diet”.