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“We don’t get fat because we overeat; we overeat because we get fat.”
Have you ever finished your lunch or dinner, only to find yourself hungry again shortly after? Or, perhaps found yourself continuing to eat despite feeling full? These are both common appetite-regulating experiences shared by many, myself included, but are especially common after consuming high-carb, insulin-spiking foods. The reason we find ourselves eating more, or more frequently, is because excessive sugar in the blood (in the form of carbohydrates), disrupts insulin levels and hormone function; appetite-regulating hormones being one of them. With so many individuals stuck in this overeating cycle, we no longer question our appetite habits; we simply continue to eat more.
With sugar constantly traveling through our blood, wreaking havoc on our hormones, breaking free can seem almost inconceivable. Gary Taubes…
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