13 Best Dinner Foods That Keep You Full, According to Dietitians

Do you usually still feel hungry after eating your last meal of the day? That may be because you’re not eating the right foods that keep you full! Yes, there are particular dinner foods that keep you full for the rest of the evening—all it takes is making sure those foods are on your plate.

In order to determine what those are, we spoke with registered dietitians and other nutrition experts regarding the best dinner foods that keep you full. The key thing to remember? Eat a good amount of whole foods, and make sure to add the most important three elements to your meal: protein, fiber, and healthy fat.

“I think it’s important to note that if you’re getting to dinner feeling ravenous and relying on your dinner to ‘extra-fill’ you, then you may want to consider eating more during the day,” Lexy Penney, MS, RD, LDN, RYT,

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Stryve Foods LLC, an Emerging Healthy Snacking Platform, to list on NASDAQ through business combination with Andina Acquisition Corp. III

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NEW YORK and PLANO, Texas, Jan 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
Combined company to focus on manufacturing and marketing highly differentiated healthy snacks that disrupt traditional snacking categories

The transaction values the combined company at an enterprise value of $170 million and is expected to provide approximately $67 million in gross cash proceeds to the Company. As part of the transaction, Andina and Stryve raised over $50 million of fully committed capital.

The business combination is expected to close in the second quarter of 2021. The combined company will be named Stryve Foods, Inc. and remain listed on the NASDAQ under ticker SNAX

Joint webcast scheduled for today at 8:30 a.m. ET

NEW YORK and PLANO, Texas, Jan. 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Stryve Foods LLC (“Stryve” or “the Company”), an emerging healthy snack platform

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10 Best Foods to Prevent Wrinkles

It’s inevitable: we all get older. And as we age, our skin becomes more prone to wrinkles and sagging. It’s a sad truth, we know. Yet, you can slow the progression of wrinkles and fight aging by eating a diet that’s rich in whole foods that promote skin tautness and collagen production and fight free radical damage, too.

“I think as with all things with aging, a lot of it is about what you don’t want to eat rather than what you do,” says Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank, Celebrity Cosmetic Dermatologist in New York City. “Most importantly, you want to minimize and avoid foods that will age you quickly, such as sugar, dairy, white flour, alcohol, and foods with gluten, which are inflammatory.”

But if you’re looking to prevent wrinkles, Dr. Frank recommends following a Mediterranean diet, and one that is extra high in fruits and vegetables,

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MI SU Street Food’s ‘eclectic and fun’ Mexican fusion menu debuts downtown

Only good things can come from a business built on a foundation of freshly made flour tortillas. 

MI SU Street Food doesn’t literally have tortillas for tires, but owners Alden and Hylene Garcia build a lot of their out-of-the-box, Mexican-style menu items around their authentic, homemade tortillas. 

“We knew fresh tortillas was something missing in Pensacola,” Alden Garcia said. “Our LLC name is literally ‘One Taco At A Time,’ so we’re trying to keep one taco on the menu at all times. And we’ll have a breakfast taco on it daily, too.” 

Alden Garcia said some of his recipes are fusion-style while others are so off-the-wall that he can’t even really categorize them. 

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“I mean, I’ll put chorizo on a burger, that’s one of them. We’re doing a ‘Huevo Roll,’ which

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