Potatoes have been maligned, but they're healthful. Unpeeled, cooked potatoes include vitamin C and potassium
Eggs are nutritional powerhouses.
Most of the nutrients, including antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, are in the yolks
Oatmeal is a popular breakfast. Oatmeal is low in calories and high in fibre, especially beta glucan. It ranks third for satiety
Protein-rich fish. It's high in important omega-3 fatty acids. According to a 2008 study, omega-3 fatty acids can make obese persons feel fuller.
However, the evidence is mixed Soups differ. Soups having the same nutrients may be more filling than solid meals
Lean meats and high-protein diets are satisfying Beef can increase satiety. It ranks 176 on the satiety index, behind only fish
Greek yoghurt makes a healthy breakfast. It's a favourite afternoon snack that can keep you full until dinner.
Vegetables are healthy. Vitamins, minerals, and useful plant components abound.
High-volume, low-calorie foods include vegetables.
Cottage cheese is low in fat, carbohydrates, and protein. High protein helps you feel full on less calories. According to a study, cottage cheese is as filling as eggs.
Beans, peas, lentils, and peanuts are nutritious.
They're high in fibre and plant-based protein but low in calories. They're filling
Low-energy fruit. It's high in fibre, which may slow digestion and keep you full.
Apples and oranges have a satiety index of 200.