Getting an adequate amount of that nutrient through whole foods (not fiber supplements) keeps you fuller longer because fiber digests much slower than simple carbs. And the more full and satisfied you feel after eating healthy, fiber-filled foods, the less tempting those cookies in the break room will be after lunch, says Gans.

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