Have you wondered, Why do I overeat? Dr. Robert Lustig, professor of pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco, wondered the same thing.
He asked the questions:
- Why do we eat more than we are supposed to?
- Why are we eating more?
- What happened to make us eat more?
As an endicrinologist, Dr. Lustig knows that a naturally-occurring hormone called leptin is supposed to regulate what we eat, and tell our brains when we’ve had enough. But somehow, people have become leptin-resistant. Is it possible overeating isn’t your fault? Perhaps you’ve been misled by being “sold” on eating the wrong foods.
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Why Do I Overeat?
Enjoy this 7-minute video, The Skinny on Obesity, from UC-TV, University of California.
Please take some time to look around this site nograiner.com for fresh, new ideas on a truly healthy diet, that can help you stop compulsive overeating. It’s my hope that you’ll no longer have to ask the question, Why do I overeat?