How does your body know you're full? - Hilary Coller
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Next, think about what you are eating with these TED-Ed lessons on the topics of sugar and carbohydrates.
What are your eating habits like? See what some of the side effects of eating fast are in this video: Why You Shouldn’t Eat Too Fast. Visit this link to find out what happens when you snack late at night. Finally, find out What Happens When You Stop Eating. For more scientific articles on this specific lesson, visit these links:
The Vagus Nerve, Food Intake and Obesity
Regulation of Leptin Production in Humans
Normalizing Eating Behavior Reduces Body Weight and Improves Gastrointestinal Hormonal Secretion in Obese Adolescents
A Satiety Index of Common Foods
Tension and Stretch Receptors in Gastrointestinal Smooth Muscle: Re-evaluating Vagal Mechanoreceptor Electrophysiology
Network of Hypothalamic Neurons that Control Appetite
Gastrointestinal Hormones and Food Intake
Pancreatic Signals Controlling Food Intake; Insulin, Glucagon and Amylin
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