Anxious hunger? Go on the umami diet

Anxious hunger? Go on the umami diet

Do you suffer from anxious hunger?   In this article we see how to follow a diet based on foods that contain the umami taste  that can give you incredible results in no time.
This is if you suffer from nervous hunger, craving for too sweet or fatty foods, craving for so-called junk foods.

The umami diet is based on a list of “friendly” foods which, according to a series of studies, significantly reduce anxious hunger when taken daily.

This is because the umami taste is a taste that has the particularity of inducing food satisfaction and which is the result of the presence in some foods of glutamic acid (an amino acid), its salts and ribonucleotides.

Considered the fifth taste, umami has recently been the protagonist of many studies on satiety .
It was seen that people who ate more umami-flavored foods reduced portions and tended to be less anxiously hungry.

Just follow the umami diet plan to reduce anxious hunger without stress by losing one pound per week.
The umami diet is a balanced diet that has no health contraindications and we can follow it for seven days.

If the regimen works, we can learn how to incorporate more umami foods into our diets.


First of all, here is the list of “friendly foods” that fight anxious hunger and which are characterized by the umami taste.
They are:

  1. mushrooms, asparagus, spinach, cauliflower, pumpkin, tomatoes, onions, leeks, garlic, cabbage.
  2. buckwheat, potatoes, sweet potatoes, rice, basmati rice, barley.
  3. soy milk, soy sauce, tofu, miso
  4. turkey, chicken, veal, bresaola
  5. skimmed Greek yogurt, skimmed milk, Parmigiano Reggiano (or Grana Padano), aged Cheddar cheese, cottage cheese
  6. apples, pears, bananas, melon and watermelon, dried apricots and prunes
  7. seaweed, tea, dry wine, honey On page two we see the practical outline of the Umami diet , a 1300 calorie regimen. The items marked with an asterisk provide free quantities.

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