Avocados are one of the best fruits for filling up. Packed with healthy fats and fiber, avocado tops the list.
Foods other than fibrous ones can fill you up. Sometimes, staying hydrated can make you feel fuller, adds Manaker. "Watermelon is 92% water, so eating it may help."
Fiber is crucial for filling snacks. Fiber suppresses hunger by slowing digestion, making you feel fuller longer.
Young offers bananas because "they are also fairly low in calories and extremely versatile— they can be eaten fresh or can make a great frozen treat," and they contain fiber.
You may have heard of eating prunes to poop, but they can also fill you up.
When you want to feel fuller longer, raspberries are a great choice because they have fewer calories and more fiber than most other fruits.
Berries are abundant in fiber, which slows digestion and releases sugars slowly into the circulation, reducing abrupt blood sugar increases that might cause hunger after eating.
Pears are another fruit that keeps you full, whether you eat them alone or slice them up and add them to oatmeal or yogurt.
Olives are fruits, but their healthful fats can keep you full longer.
Apples are high in soluble fiber, especially pectin, which slows digestion and keeps you full.