If you are curious why this is, this is likely your stomach shrinking a bit from its previous somewhat more distended state. One important signal for hunger and satiety (among several) is "mechanical" - as you - literally - fill up you stomach it sends the brain signals that cause reduction of the feeling of hunger. Now that your stomach has shrunk a bit, it takes less food to get the stomach to send the signal.glassynails wrote: So, I've noticed that the less I eat and the longer I go without between meals I can control my hunger more and I don't really think of eating much.
I love typos.glassynails wrote:....
Anyone else on a weight loss journey? My lightest about 5 years ago was 175, but most people told me I looked to think at that weight.
Yes to that.Erik Zurcher wrote:...make sure of enough physical exercise.
Yeah, that's what I do basically, but what you eat is called your 'diet'.Erik Zurcher wrote:I don't believe in diets. Just eat fresh, home cooked meals and eat a little less than normal if you want to lose weight and make sure of enough physical exercise.
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