Low calorie foods may help people lose weight but there is often a problem that people using them do not feel full. New research published in BioMed Central's open access journal Flavour shows that subtle manipulations of texture and creamy flavour can increase the expectation that a fruit yoghurt drink will be filling and suppress hunger regardless of actual calorific content.The expectation of fullness is a deal killer for weight loss.
People should know and accept that they may not feel full - and deal with it.
Discipline demands that there be a bit of leeway.
And until people realize that discipline is what it takes, even if it means sustaining a temporary feeling of unfulness, so be it.
And deal with it.
Life is not anesthetic.
Despite what the progressive, nanny medical profession and its supporting industries tell you.