Feelings of hunger may linger for people who have lost weight long after their loss, according to a small study published in the American Journal of Physiology -- Endocrinology and Metabolism. In the two-year study, 34 severely obese participants took part in a weight loss program, and researchers found that their levels of ghrelin, the hormone that boosts appetite, had increased and stayed high during the study's duration.
Increased hunger feelings may linger long after weight loss
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