Fill up your fridge with foods that will help lower triglycerides and curb your hunger.
If you find that you aren't satisfied after meals, triglycerides may be to blame. Studies suggest that high levels of triglycerides, the fat molecules in your blood, may block the hormone that signals your brain to feel full. That means more food and potentially, more weight gain. Fortunately, this grocery list provides some great mealtime options to help lower triglyceride levels and curb your appetite.
The high concentration of protein and omega-3s in fatty fish, like salmon, has been shown to help lower your triglycerides and fight hunger.
How to eat it: To reap its health benefits, aim to eat a minimum of three ounces of canned salmon or fresh wild salmon per day at least twice a week. Get a canned-salmon recipe here.