The 7 types of hunger
Your entire life you've likely been told to deny the natural signs your body gives you when it is hungry. Therefore, until you have retrained your body, you may have to really consider whether you are genuinely hungry or if it's something else.
There are seven types of hunger that have been identified. Let's go over each type and talk a bit about how you can ensure you feed that hunger without going overboard.
1. Eye Hunger
When you see good food, your eyes can see something they like so much that your eyes cause your brain to signal to your stomach that you need more food. The problem is, sometimes it's just your eyes and you're not really in need of food. You've heard the saying, "My eyes were bigger than my stomach." This fits here. When we first see food, that's how we decide what we want and how much we want.
2. Nose Hunger
Know how you can start out walking around the mall and not feel hunger but within a few moments of the sights and smells you're suddenly craving a Cinnabon? To feed this hunger, fix fragrant foods. You can also add essential oils to your day to feed this type of hunger.
3. Mouth Hunger
If you look at good food and your mouth waters, it's a sign that you may be hungry. What makes your mouth happy is usually a good combination of fat, salt, and sugar. Instant food manufacturers and restaurants know exactly how to do this. You can do it too but on a smaller scale to avoid overeating. Make all your food taste good, and you'll satisfy this type of hunger...
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