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Author Topic: Does temperature of food have an effect on Ghrelin production?  (Read 697 times)

Offline Expectant_Philosopher

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I have noticed anecdotally that when I eat something cold after I eat something hot that my hunger pangs stay away longer.  The body produces a hormone called Ghrelin that stimulate the body to seek food.  I wonder whether the change in food temperature halts the production of Ghrelin.


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