Hungry all the time? Ghrelin, your hunger hormone, may be to blame.
Ghrelin’s primary role is to stimulate your appetite, slow your metabolism, and increase your fat storage. Not surprisingly, ghrelin levels will rise after a period of dieting, specifically with chronic calorie restriction.
Said differently, your hunger hormone goes up after you lose weight to stimulate your appetite and try to make you regain your weight.
Ghrelin is just one of the many reasons why eat less, exercise more doesn’t work for lasting weight loss. In this episode, you’ll learn three tips to lose weight in a way that helps reduce ghrelin levels so you’re less hungry, less likely to regain the weight you worked so hard to lose, and can increase your fasting window.
If you’re ready to lose the weight for good, you’ve come to the right place!
Join my online course, Weight Loss for Health, to learn the science behind weight loss and habit change so you can lose weight, get healthy, and prevent disease.
Also included with the program are weekly office hours with me and a membership site for encouragement, accountability, and support from other members.
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