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Sushi, burgers, cereals … 10 food traps that do not satisfy us

It is eleven o’clock, your stomach is already gurgling. This afternoon, for sure, you will fall for a burger. In your head, it’s clear: it’s the only way to be satiated for the day. It’s wrong. Lighting.

Let’s start with the beginning. How to know that one is satiated? Well it’s simple Jamy. Already to understand satiety , we must decipher the various mechanisms that surround it. Namely, hunger , by definition, the sensation that accompanies the need to eat, stimulated by a drop in blood sugar, satiation, the decrease in hunger and the pleasure of eating and finally satiety, which refers to the lapse of time separating two meals and the feeling of “non-hunger” that characterizes this interval. The body then received enough energy to be able to “hold” until the next meal.

And the burger in all this? We come here. The problem of this famous burger is its high glycemic index . Also, if he will quickly increase the blood sugar level and immediately trigger the feeling of being satiated, he will go down again so quickly, and this, by re-engaging the mechanism of hunger. This is likely to lead, basically, a little hollow soon after the meal. The famous craving of 15 hours. It is eleven o’clock, your stomach is already gurgling. This afternoon, for sure, you will not fall for a burger. Nor for any food traps that do not satisfy us.

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