You often feel hungry but still had just finished eating? Some foods can indeed respond to trick the body so that not even a sense of satiety which consequently makes people eat more.
Normally, eat or fill the stomach will make you feel full. But if the food you put into the stomach is not right, then you can still feel hungry despite just finished eating.
Here are some causes of hunger that comes after the end of the meal, as reported by Menshealth.com:
1. Drinking too much soda
Soda, iced tea (packaged) and other sweet drinks are the largest source of high-fructose corn syrup (about two-thirds of daily intake).
Research from the University of California at San Francisco indicates that fructose can outwit the brain for people to eat more, even when finished eating.
This substance works by blocking the body’s ability to use leptin, which is ‘hormone satisfiers’ which tells the body when it was enough to eat, aka full.
2. Eating canned food
Many canned foods containing the chemical BPA, or bisphenol-A, a recently Food and Drug Administration (FDA) states that exposure to BPA can cause an abnormal spike in leptin, which, according to researchers at Harvard University can cause people to eat excess food after eating though thus causing obesity (overweight).
3. No breakfast or just eat less at breakfast
Research carried out for 4 years on 6764 healthy people showed that people with breakfast only 300 calories two times faster weight gain than those who breakfast 500 calories or more.
The reason, breakfast with large portions to make your blood sugar rises more slowly and maintain stable insulin throughout the day, thus avoiding excessive eating or snacking.
4. Do not eat vegetables
Most people who feel hungry after eating is a person who does not eat vegetables that are rich in essential B vitamin folate, which helps protect against depression, fatigue and weight gain.
Green vegetables are also high in vitamin K, which is another nutrient that regulates insulin to help prevent hunger after a meal. Vegetables that contain lots of vitamin K include lettuce, spinach, collard greens.
Dehydration often mimic hunger. If you feel hungry but eat just try to drink lots of water, it could be not hungry but the lack of fluids.
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