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March 17, 2017

Hi everyone,

We all know the basics of eating healthy—choose lots of whole, fresh foods—but ignoring food cravings can be really tough. That's why we created a list of 100 foods that make you feel full. All of the foods are easy to find at the grocery store, and we've included cooking tips, too. Use this list to build meals and snacks that taste great and keep you satisfied for longer.

Do you have any favorite filling meals or snacks? We'd love to hear from you at health@time.com.

Be well!

Alexandra Sifferlin
TIME Health Writer

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You asked, we answered
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Fruit-infused waters aren't really weight-loss tonics.

What to cook this week

Curious what a healthy dinner looked like through history? Check out this rundown from our friends at Cooking Light.

60 Years of Dinner: Healthy Plates Then, Now, and in the Future

Cooking Light/Sarah Anne Ward

One more thing before you go
This workout reverses signs of aging

Here's why you may want to consider trying HIIT.

 
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