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Here's how the body reacts to one-off overeating – new research

theconversation.com

How much humans can eat

One study asked healthy participants to eat pizza until they felt full. Then on a separate day to eat pizza until they couldn't anymore. They ate twice as much as on the first take, suggesting that when you feel full, you're probably only half full.

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  • Studies revealed that in physically active and healthy people, the body is able to control the sugar and fat in the blood after a big meal by working a bit harder than usual to regulate metabolism.
  • Hormones released from the gut and pancreas help the body to regulate blood sugar le...

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Healthy humans rely on the body's ability to work harder in times of need.

However, when we repeatedly eat too many calories at each meal, metabolic syndrome - a combination of high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity - will result. Over time, the body will become unable to react to...

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