Achieving satiety

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achieving satietySatiety is defined as “the feeling or state of being sated”, being “fully satisfied: or having “a feeling of fullness”. It usually refers to eating and food.

It stands to reason that when you reach satiety, your appetite fades and you stop eating. If you never really feel satiety, you’re likely to go on eating, or even over-eating. Satiety is the key to weight loss.

Achieving satiety, however, involves more than simply eating highly-satiating foods. Food is one factor of course, but other factors include:

* When you eat

* How you eat

* What you’re thinking when you eat

* What you’re thinking before and after you eat

* Where you eat

* Who you eat with

* What you are hearing while you eat

* What you are smelling while you eat

* Why you are eating

* What you’re eating off (e.g. tableware)

* What you do when you’re not eating

* Your environment

* Your food containers

* Food labeling

* How well you sleep

* What time you go to sleep

* How long and well you sleep

The list goes on, and you can find out more about achieving satiety in “How to Lose Weight – The Satiety Diet”. It may seem overwhelming at first, but the basic principles of The Satiety Diet are simple and logical. The more you practise them, the easier it becomes.

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