Sooooo much misinformation or misunderstanding.
Here are some facts about satiety, and more importantly how to optimise your diet for satiety.
If, in average, you consume less calories over time, ad lib, we can authoritatively state that dietary choice results in greater satiety than is alternative.
INCREASING protein only increases satiety as a result of crowding out energy substrates. @tednaiman
Yes, a KD does increase protein content, which makes the diet more satiating, but again, only by crowding out alternative energy substrates.
Water melon is less satiating than broccoli even though the ED is the same. This is because a low ED achieved by water weight is not correlated with satiety. Fibre is.
In other words, eating a salad now doesn't result in less energy eaten later UNLESS:
Don't think about what should I ADD to my diet (more protein, salad, veg W/E)
Instead think about what you should REMOVE. Don't add LOW ED foods, remove the high ED foods.
A- baseline your diet.
Measure how much weight of food you eat per day over 3 days and how many calories that equates to.
Use this to calculate your average ED (calories/100gms)
ED=Total calories/Total weight of food × 100
Use any calculator online.
If you don't have a favorite, I made a free one you can use here.
Move across until you hit the blue line.
Read your energy density target off the Y axis directly under where your energy intake intercepts the blue line.
This includes pretty much ALL veggies.
Using this system you will spontaneously eat your desired energy intake, on average, with out counting a single calorie.
If this helps you, id really appreciate a share, and any questions I'm not than happy too do my best to answer.
Again, sorry for not having the papers on hand (I'm currently moving house)