Manage the Hunger Hormone

Ghrelin is a recently discovered hormone produced by the stomach and other parts of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. High levels of this hormone are released by the GI tract into the blood and correlate with subjective feelings of hunger. When ghrelin is given to people intravenously, it increases their hunger level and causes them to eat significantly more calories at meal than when given a place...

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