There are at least 6 common problems that all dieters will face when trying to lose weight. As you read this, no doubt you’ll recognise many of them as problems you’ve experienced before:
1. Feeling Hungry
Fighting the food cravings can be the most challenging obstacle of dieting.
The mistake many dieters make is that in an effort to reduce their daily calorie intake, they skip meals. It is particularly important not to skip breakfast when trying to lose weight as eating breakfast helps to kick-start the metabolism. By depriving yourself of the main meals it will leave you feeling hungry, therefore when you do eat, you will have larger portions and this means consuming even more calories than you would had you not skipped that meal.
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An appetite suppressant (or appetite suppressor) is a dietary weight loss supplement that mimics the feeling of satiety or ‘fullness’ in the stomach so that you feel satisfied between meals and do not have the urge to snack.
Appetite suppressants are believed to work by increasing the levels of serotonin (the feel good hormone) in the brain that is responsible for controlling the mood and also the appetite, tricking the brain into believing the stomach is full.
These can be especially beneficial if you find the temptation to snack too hard to ignore as they can help to reduce your daily calorific intake resulting in weight loss.
The majority of appetite suppressants are natural, usually containing plant or herbal extracts, though there are a few appetite suppressants that are prescription only.