Just for fun – why do stomachs make noises and does it mean you are hungry?
Hunger and Bariatric Surgery
Introduction video to members video course
Hunger is a deeply biological experience.
In this course we will talk about why hunger happens, how surgery changes things and what practical daily habits can improve your hunger control for better results in your weight loss.
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Course includes full transcript and a ‘cheat sheet’ of notes for each lesson
Lessons in this course include:
**Logged in members will see the Lessons listed below.
Foods that are absorbed quickly and spike (then drop) blood sugar can wreck havoc on hunger control.
If you get full after a couple bites of your meal, but hungry an hour or two later, this lesson is for you!
Protein gets tons of attention for bariatric surgery patients, but find out why and which ones really make the difference.
Water is incredibly powerful for hunger control, but when you are drinking water matters.
Genetics are fascinating and complicated. Another reminder that weight management is more than eating less and working out harder.
There are a lot of things at play with biology of hunger, but let’s talk about how Gastric Bypass can cause a massive shift.
There are a lot of things at play with biology of hunger, but let’s talk about how Gastric Sleeve can cause a massive shift.