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During the meal, I do not distinguish the feeling of satiety and therefore I often overeat. How to cope with this problem?

A habitual overeating can be associated with several factors:

  • A strong hunger at the start of the meal. A person inclined to overeating usually tries to eat as rare as possible in the hope of reducing the amount of food in this way. As a result, he sits at the table with a pronounced and poorly controlled sense of hunger, eats very fast and is aware of the feeling of satiety late. The way out is to introduce light snacks that will not allow reaching the state of "gargantuan appetite ".
  • Distraction during meals. Not concentrating on the process of eating and distracting to TV and reading, our brain gives a signal of satiety with delay. As a result, you can eat much more than you need. The way out is to enjoy the process of eating, to realize the amount of food eaten, not to combine meals with watching movies and reading.
  • Hurry, meal on the go. Our brain gives a signal of satiety only after a while, when nutrients are already beginning to enter the blood. If you eat too fast, the body will simply not be able to react and will give a signal with a significant delay when the stomach is already full. The way out is not to eat on the go, not to chew too fast, to spend on meal at least 20 minutes.
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