Originally Answered: What can I use as an appetite suppressant?
If you are looking for a magic pill to help you lose weight, you are out of luck. Literally hundreds of different diet/hunger-suppression pills have been release to the market. They really don't work well.
You can, however, employ some strategies to help you eat better and feel satisfied while eating fewer calories.
First, drink a glass of water before you eat (and throughout the meal). This is good for you, and will help take up some of the space. Also, eat more nutrient-dense foods (whole grains, vegetables, fruit, etc.) and you will feel full before you can eat too much of the unhealthy stuff. Regular aerobic exercise will also help to decrease appetite (and has countless other benefits). Also, try eating just until you are satisfied, not until you are full. Learn to listen to your body and make wise decisions about the foods you eat rather than just grabbing a bag of chips every time your stomach grumbles.