Drink water. Many adults mistake thirst for hunger.
Choose foods that are filling. Whole foods (a whole orange versus orange juice), foods with fiber (high fiber grains, vegetables or fruits), and protein foods (like beans or peanut butter) keep you feeling fuller longer.
Keep a list of activities you enjoy. If boredom brought you into the kitchen when you're not hungry, pick something on the list and go do it.
Give your body time to decide whether it’s satisfied. Wait 20 minutes after eating before moving on to a second helping.
Every now and then, enjoy a small treat, especially if you are fighting a pregnancy craving. Satisfy the taste with a snack, not a meal, and don’t make it a daily habit.