Study confirms the presence of a hormone that controls human appetite

Animal research has shown the presence of a hormone that can drive eating despite satiety and full stomach, said researchers at Texas ...


 Study confirms the presence of a hormone that controls human appetite


Animal research has shown the presence of a hormone that can drive eating despite satiety and full stomach, said researchers at Texas University Medical Center in Dallas: "What they call the hunger hormone "Grillin", which the body produces in cases of hunger, can work in the brain to create a desire Continues to eat.""

"Through research, we can refer to the only reason we eat, even if we feel full of the brain that tells us to do it," said one of the study's administrators, Dr. Jeffrey Zigman.

The researchers found that the mice who conducted the research and ate enough preferred to stay in rooms full of fat-rich foods after being injected with the hormone ghrelin, while mice that were not injected did not mind being in rooms rich in fatty foods or other foods.

They found that stopping the action of this hormone is to prevent mice from spending too much time in fat-rich rooms.

Dr. Ihab Abu Al-Yazid, Professor of Endocrinology and Nutrition, comments: "When the blood sugar level decreases, a hormone is shown called glockgun, which helps to open the appetite and demand for food in a big way and when full, the stomach produces some substances that reach the brain and gives him orders to satiety and yet there is When we eat, we eat more than our appetite, such as sweets, nuts and fats."

On how to control appetite, Dr. Ihab Abu Al-Yazid says: "In order to control our appetite, we must have a goal in front of us first: a goal that we want to reach and an incentive that encourages us to overcome problems that can stand in our way to agility.

Second: Divide our meals throughout the day five or six times to avoid fatty foods and sweets in daily meals.

Thirdly, there are food that we can control our appetite, such as eggs, boiled potatoes, grapefruit juice, lemon without sugar, oranges and other acidic drinks.

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