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Chemical messengers: how hormones make us feel hungry and full

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Hormones control our food intake

We all need food to generate energy. Our body uses hormones that circulate in the blood to control our food intake.

Hormone levels change when we lose weight and are also the reason why most of us will regain the weight we lose.

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The hypothalamus coordinates the body's system that regulates food intake.

  • The hypothalamus contains nerve cells that produce the sensation of hunger when activated. They do so by making two distinct proteins that cause hunger.
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  • The Ghrelin hormone is made in the stomach and released as the stomach empties.
  • Insulin-like peptide 5 is another hormone that stimulates hunger but is produced in the colon.
  • Cholecystokinin (CCK) is produced in the upp...

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Studies found that diet-induced weight loss is associated with hormone changes that promote weight gain.

After weight loss, leptin levels will decrease. But ghrelin, GIP and pancreatic polypeptide will increase in circulation while PYY and CCK will lower. Most of these ch...

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