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January 23rd, 2015

With The Survival Tabs, beating those hunger pangs aren’t as tricky as you think!
Whether you’ve got a few extra pounds to lose, or you’re simply trying to maintain a healthy weight, it’s likely that you’ve cut down on how much you eat for lunch. In some cases, maybe drastically. While that definitely will help, it might actually backfire because, come the middle of the afternoon, with hunger pangs driving you mad and your blood sugar almost nonexistent, you’ll be ravenous for practically anything you can get your hands on.







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Add to that hungry fact that many of us spend our afternoons at work, a bit stressed (OK, maybe more than a bit) and in an environment where few of the food choices are healthy. Unless you’ve got a vending machine that stocks fresh fruit or lean chunks of chicken, anything you grab for a snack is going to be loaded with sugar, salt and fat (and who knows what else).



Feeling satisfied doesn’t mean having a full stomach, and vice versa
Many people are under the false assumption that, in order to feel full and not be hungry, their stomachs need to be full of food. That couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, a small amount of protein will go much further towards fighting off hunger then a bowl full of fruit or a belly full of empty carbohydrates.



In actuality, nearly half of the food we eat isn’t even absorbed by our bodies to begin with. So, while having a full stomach might satisfy you for a short time, a small amount of the right kinds of food will help you stay satisfied (and less likely to snack) for much longer than a large amount of the wrong kinds of food.
Protein is really the key, but it has to be protein that’s easily digestible. A small serving of lean beef or skinless chicken, or a nice piece of un-breaded fish, will go much further than a greasy hamburger from the local fast food joint or a candy bar.



Whole grains will help, although we’re not talking about your typical white bread here (which is truly bad for you), but instead 100% whole wheat, pumpernickel or rye bread or, even better, sourdough bread. Complex carbohydrates and whole grains will help keep your blood sugar steady and keep you feeling satisfied much longer.



Where The Survival Tabs fit into the afternoon hunger-fighting mix
We mentioned earlier that you don’t have to have a full stomach in order to feel satisfied, and that’s one of the main reasons that The Survival Tabs works so well. While they don’t fill you up, they contain a potent combination of protein, vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates that are easily absorbed by the body and, amazingly, available for use within 5 minutes.



Again, it’s not the actual amount of food that you eat but instead the amount of available protein, carbs and other nutrients that your body can actually use that matters most. Truth is, The Survival Tabs give your digestive system a bit of a break, while at the same time keeping you satisfied and away from the office vending machine.



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