1. Add More Fibre to Your
It’s no surprise that fibre is good for you. It slows down gastric emptying and slows the release of glucose into the blood. That alone will improve your insulin sensitivity, and in return, improve your health and body composition.
Fibre also adds bulk to your meals, which will help fill you up and control your hunger.
Are you eating the American Heart Association’s recommended 30 grams of fibre a day? Increased fiber intake is associated with a reduction in hunger, a reduction in body weight, increased insulin sensitivity, and a lowered risk of developing diseases   . Here are 11 ways you can adjust your nutrition to get more fibre in your diet.
Use Ground Flax Seed
I’ve started putting this stuff in everything. Ground flax seed has 4 grams of fibre in a 2 tablespoon serving. In addition to fibre, it’s packed with essential omega 3 fatty acids. Try sprinkling the flax on top of your salads, or you could add it to your yoghurt, smoothies and shakes.