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Years After Losing Weight, Your Hormones Could Still Trick You Into Overeating

Anybody who has grappled with weight loss knows that even once the kilos come off, it can be hard to keep them off in the long term.

A study on the hormones that govern feelings of hunger and fullness has shown why it's such a struggle for some individuals, revealing that changes in body chemistry two years after shedding weight can have an impact on our desire to go back for second helpings.

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