October 26, 2011 by
Hunger busting tricks that really work!
ADenverweight loss surgeon Michael Snyder M.D. author of full: a life without dieting seems on track to do just that. After developing snack bars that mimic the effect of gastric bypass, Dr. Snyder who performs hundreds of the procedures each year has taken the concept a step further, creating an ingenious weight loss system that triggers the same kind of drastic appetite reduction experienced by gastric bypass patients. There are none of the risks associated with surgery, yet many overweight people are able to eat a fraction of what they’d normally consume and still feel full.
That was certainly true for Annie bombards 50. “I was shocked by the results I got,” reveals theColoradomom, who tried Dr. Snyder’s plan after her diet pills stop working.” It was like my prescription appetite control methods had kicked in again!” She says she dropped 35 pounds easily.” I really believe this is something that can help a lot of people.”
How to fake gastric bypass.
When he comes to weight loss,” fullness is the ultimate weapon,” says Dr. Snyder. This is why he recommends these fake bypass strategies:
Use the fake bypass snack trick.
When food stretches out the uppermost part of your stomach,” it triggers a nerve linked directly to your brain,” says Dr. Snyder. It’s a crucial step in feeling full and is the reason why” in all weight loss surgeries, the top 10% of the stomach is left untouched.” You can use this nerve response to your advantage. Eat a small but healthy snack about 30 minutes before your biggest meals to touch the top of your stomach and trigger the nerve early.” You’ll come to the table with your fullness processes already in motion.” University studies show that this trick alone will prompt us to eat about 12% less per sitting.
Boost your bypass hormones.
For a long time, experts thought gastric bypass worked strictly by making a smaller stomach that filled up faster. Then breakthrough research at theUniversityofWashingtonshowed that surgery also sharply reduces levels of ghrelin, a hormone that drives us to eat. What is best way to mimic this effect? In subsequent research, UW scientists found protein rich foods suppress ghrelin best. So favor protein at least 3 ounces per meal over other nutrients. Bonus” research has also shown that protein rich foods can boost peptide YY, a hormone that further decreases appetite.”
You’ll lose this much!
“When I help make eating less feel easy, that’s when I’m truly setting people up to succeed,” says Dr. Snyder. The feel full tools to just that “with no surgery required!” Today, folks using the doctors new system have lost 30, 40, 50 pounds or more” it was such a relief for me not to feel constantly hungry anymore,” reports Chicago reader Randy Watts, 26, who dropped 12 pounds in a week while helping test that approach. Try it for yourself and see.” It really is such an amazing way to lose weight!”
Better than bypass menus!
The nutrition team created this plan to help incorporate all of Dr. Snyder’s tips at once. Here’s why it works so well:
- The most filling foods. Lean protein and fiber rich options help you feel full sooner and stay full longer.
- Fake a bypass snacks. A healthy snack before your largest meals triggers a pressure activated nerve at the top of your stomach, helping to dial down hunger dramatically.
- Frequent sitting. Dr. Snyder has you eat seven times a day. This ensures you feel at least slightly full most of the time much like a gastric bypass patient!
- Before meals, take a few seconds to visualize yourself savoring your food. Studies show this virtually effortless check makes it easy to eat less. Drink unlimited calorie free beverages. Add ultra-low-calorie seasoning as desired. Always get a doctor’s okay to try any new plant.
- About 30 min. before each main meal, have hundred and 50 to 200 cal snack that’s high in fiber, proteins were both. Recommended options: one high-fiber snack bar (fiber one or full bar are great options); or 1/4 cup comments with veggies for one high-fiber muffins.
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More feel full tips from Dr. Snyder!
Avoid liquid calories.
Soft drinks and juice won’t reduce your appetite but can cause weight gain. Drink water and other zero calorie beverages which help keep you well hydrated, a factor that does reduce feelings of hunger.
Cheat every week.
If your brain feels deprived, no amount of physical fullness will keep you on track. So choose any four settings per week to really indulge!
Visualize to eat 50% less!
Scientists aren’t sure why, but a Carnegie Mellon University team found that if we visualize savoring before we dig in, we will automatically eat up to 50% less.
Go to bed!
Studies have shown that when people are sleep deprived, they suffer an imbalance of hormones that triggers an insatiable need to eat high calorie foods.
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