The omega-3 fatty acids increase fat metabolism and help you to feel full.
A carb and a protein, it helps to combat cravings for sugar.
3. Coconut Oil
It is made up of unique fats called medium chain triglycerides, which can boost metabolism.
They’re another source of good fats that help to stave off hunger.
They contain a compound called capsaicin that helps to speed up your metabolism.
As well as curbing appetite, it can affect the way insulin works, improving weight loss.
It’s low in calories and high in fibre – both crucial for weight loss – and contains the nutrient chromium, which helps to balance blood sugar.
8. Edamame Beans
This Japanese food is high in fibre and protein, so it makes you feel full for longer.
Studies show people who eat them tend to consume fewer calories in a day overall because almonds satisfy hunger pangs.
They taste sweet but are low in sugar, so they don’t send your blood sugar soaring.
(Text by bauersyndication.com.au / Additional reporting by Natalya Molok)