Control Your Weight Without Hunger

Feeling full after a meal results in a complex signal to stop eating, called satiety. The satiating power of a food refers to the ability of that food to reduce feelings of hunger. The satiating power of a variety of common foods fed in 240 calorie portions was measured in human volunteers.? This study, which? we have referred to in the past few issues of CFFH, showed that foods with higher water ...

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