Your brain, not your stomach, tells you when to stop eating

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A hormone produced by your digestive system, called cholecystokinin, signals your brain when you’ve eaten. More is released in a large meal and less from a small snack. When you are dieting to lose weight, your stomach counterbalances the reduced food intake by cutting back on the amount of this hormone it will release, encouraging you to eat more and go off your diet. Loading up on fiber will help you circumvent this built-in survival tool.

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