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Hunger: It’s Not All in Your Head and The Daily Bite

Today’s food choices:

Today's food choices, from upper left:  homemade lettuce wrap filling x3; 12 ounces Isopure Zero Carb; multivitamin and calcium supplements x2.  I forgot to snap a photo of the homemade BBQ turkey meatballs I made and ate as a snack. :(   Today's food was not exciting as we are getting ready to go out of town, and I wanted to make a dent in the lettuce wrap filling so that it wouldn't go bad while we were away.  I'll finish the last of it tomorrow morning--there is one serving left.

Today’s food choices, from upper left: homemade lettuce wrap filling x3; 12 ounces Isopure Zero Carb; multivitamin and calcium supplements x2. I forgot to snap a photo of the homemade BBQ turkey meatballs I made and ate as a snack. 😦
Today’s food was not exciting as we are getting ready to go out of town, and I wanted to make a dent in the lettuce wrap filling so that it wouldn’t go bad while we were away. I’ll finish the last of it tomorrow morning–there is one serving left.

Hunger is insolent, and will be fed. –Homer

You’re damn right, hunger is insolent.  Hunger is like a spoiled child who acts out until he gets his way.  Hunger, whether perceived or real, is what drives us to eat–many times past the point of satisfaction to the realm of uncomfortably full.  You know the kind of fullness I’m talking about too–the kind that forces you to sit up a bit straighter, maybe loosen your belt a bit and remain still for a while.

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Obesity Research Update: Genes Affiliated with Severe Obesity

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They were all fed the same diet…but only one is overweight.

A couple of papers regarding obesity research have come out in the past week that may be of interest if you are a science nerd like me.

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