How Long does it take the body to register that it's full or satisfied

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Piggy72

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Posted: 31 Aug 2010, 11:18
How long does it take for the brain to register that you are full or satisfied?
Janaclare

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Posted: 31 Aug 2010, 11:21
Everybody I hear talk about this says 20 minutes.
Piggy72

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Posted: 31 Aug 2010, 11:22
okay..I will see..starting now..lol..thanks
feeling...

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Posted: 31 Aug 2010, 12:49
I think she is right, that is why they say to eat s l o w l y, then you realize you are full before you overeat.
And it works, went to a all you can eat shrimp night a red lobster last year, after our first service, we waited over 20 minutes for the next batch to arrive and were full!! they did it on purpose, Im sure, so people eat less at those things
Piggy72

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Posted: 01 Sep 2010, 13:01
well I tried it..and it does work..but i eat fast..so this is new for me..thanks
rjenkins27

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Posted: 01 Sep 2010, 13:14
feeling fatter wrote:
I think she is right, that is why they say to eat s l o w l y, then you realize you are full before you overeat.
And it works, went to a all you can eat shrimp night a red lobster last year, after our first service, we waited over 20 minutes for the next batch to arrive and were full!! they did it on purpose, Im sure, so people eat less at those things


I'm sure they were also quick to offer more cheddar biscuits. MMMMMMMMmmmmmm. Cheddar Biscuits. GRRRRrrrggghhhhaaaaaa
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Ceebee

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Posted: 01 Sep 2010, 13:30
I make the cheddar biscuits at home.. they are slightly less good than red lobster (because I dont soak them in butter).. but you can have a few and not break the calorie bank.. sooo good.
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Posted: 01 Sep 2010, 13:33
I tend to take anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes to eat a meal. I have always been a VERRRRRY slow eater. And it is true that it takes about 20 minutes for the satiety center in your brain to register that you are full.
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