Food you can eat a lot of without getting fat

calories-in-kiwi-fruit

Part of the feedback system for appetite include volume sensory neurons lining the stomach. Such receptors are activated by higher stomach occupancy and signal the brain to feel less hunger. WiseGeek put together a nice visual indicator of how calorie-dense some common food items are. By eating less calorie-rich foods, you can activate volume sensing receptors more quickly to feel less hungry after eating fewer calories. Here are some examples:

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  1. Kangster says:

    Those are all around 200 calories each btw

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