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Science Has Found The On/Off Switch For Hunger

Hunger is, first and foremost, a natural feeling. It’s our body’s way of telling us that we need to consume food for energy. It’s also an unpleasant feeling that derails many people from diets.
It seems that science has now found a way to control a person’s feelings of hunger, which could have significant repercussions for people trying to live a healthier way of life.

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