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.
If you're using medication to regulate your triglycerides, you may be able to supplement with a cluster of grapes. Studies show that grapes contain compounds that may be as effective at lowering triglyceride levels as those found in prescriptions meds. Though the skin of red grapes have higher levels of resveratrol, the antioxidant that may help suppress hunger, green grapes will also do the trick.
How to eat them: Tame your sweets cravings with a bunch a day (any grape will do!) as a snack.