If you want to describe the perfect food, it might look like this: healthy, delicious, bigger than a little, and enough to fight hunger for hours. Dr. David Katz, founder of the Yale Center for Preventive Research, insists that “food that promotes satiety” – a lasting sense of fullness – “does exist”.
What makes some grubs more satisfying? “Fiber and protein can help,” said Barbara Laws, author of “The Ultimate Capacity Diet.” Bringing more benefits to your bite: Low-energy-density foods that produce very little calories, “allows you to eat more without gaining weight,” says Rolls. Want some? Make room for these secret weapon choices.