A spinach extract containing green leaf membranes called thylakoids decreases hedonic hunger with up to 95% — and increases weight loss with 43%. This has been shown in a recently published long-term human study at Lund University in Sweden. Hedonic hunger is another term for the cravings many people experience for unhealthy foods such as sweets or fast food, a common cause of obesity and unhealthy eating habits. The study shows that taking thylakoids reinforces the body's production of satiety hormones and suppresses hedonic hunger, which leads to better appetite control, healthier eating habits and increased weight loss.
A green drink, containing spinach extract could decrease cravings for unhealthy food and keeps you feeling fuller for longer, scientists claim.
Researchers from Lund University in Sweden say that the natural supplement can reduce what they term hedonic hunger in up to 95% of users and increases weight loss in up to 43%.
Hedonic hunger is another term for the cravings many people experience for unhealthy foods such as sweets or fast food, a common cause of obesity and unhealthy eating habits. The study shows that taking substances in the spincach extract known as thylakoids reinforce the bodys production of satiety hormones and suppresses unhealthy cravings, leading to better appetite control, healthier eating habits and increased weight loss.
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The study published in the journal Appetite involved 38 overweight women and ran for three months. Every morning before breakfast the participants had a green drink. Half of the …
The key is the feeling of satiety and suppression of hedonic hunger, vs homeostatic hunger that deals with our basic energy needs. Modern processed food is broken down so quickly that the hormones in the intestines that send satiety signals to the brain and suppress cravings cannot keep up. The green leaf membranes slow down the digestion process, giving the intestinal hormones time to be released and communicate to the brain that we are satisfied. “It is about making use of the time it takes to digest our food. There is nothing wrong with our digestive system, but it doesn't work well with the modern ‘pre-chewed' food. The thylakoids extend digestion, producing a feeling of satiety. This means that we are able to stick to the diet we are meant for without snacks and unnecessary foods like sweets, crisps and such,” says Charlotte Erlanson-Albertsson.
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