1- Take two classes of cold water.
2- Distract yourself.
3- Don’t skip meals and taking small meal but frequently is a good option.
4- Caffeine helps with suppressing appetite.
5- Taking mint will help curb craving.
6- Fiber help you stay full longer.
7- Avoid processed food.
8- Make sure you are taking required amount of protein daily.
What should be your priority in hunger control is avoiding it by eating healthy food. Some food and drinks takes your insulin production up and when this happens your appetite will increase and you need to eat. These food are refined carbohydrates and sugary food.
We need carbohydrates and if you eliminate them from your diet you will craving for sweets will kicks in. What is important is knowing which carbohydrate to take, look for low GI food. Low GI (0-55) Carbohydrates which break down slowly during digestion, releasing blood sugar gradually into the bloodstream as explained on www.glycemicindex.com