Water is a natural filler and can help you feel fuller by taking up space in your stomach. All you have to do is drink 8 -16 ounces of water when the feeling first arises. Let a little bit of time pass, somewhere around 20-30 min. and see if the feeling diminishes.
Eating whole grain foods in general is a good habit to stick to when you want to keep your energy up. They are rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals. They will not only help keep your energy going, but they’ll also help you feel full for longer periods of time, help keep you regular, help protect against things like heart disease, certain types of cancer and type 2 diabetes.
Protein rich meals will build your endurance levels during intense activities and provide you with long lasting energy. Fish, lean meats like turkey and chicken, egg whites, legumes, beans and soy are an excellent source of lean protein and should be included in meals before skiing and during rest breaks in between.
Kale is growing in popularity and is another excellent food to fuel your workouts. It is considered by many to be a super food and contains high levels of antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber. It is a dark leafy green, meaning it is loaded with chlorophyll. This naturally occurring substance can help boost the level of oxygen in the blood, which can help your body withstand tougher workouts.
Eating different types of fruits can keep us feeling full and reduce the urge to eat for a long time. They provide the body with vitamins, minerals, sugar and water at the same time. All citrus fruits, apples, blueberries, grapes, strawberries are very filling fruits.
Due to almonds essential fatty acids, they help raise your body’s metabolism. They are full of fiber, protein and good fats. Because of the fat they have a high calorie content so eat small portions. Walnuts are also very good.