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Inflate Your Calories
Feeling full depends on "mindset—what one believes and expects to be eating," write Yale University researchers who told half their volunteers that a 380-calorie milkshake had nearly twice as many calories as it did and led others to believe that it was dietetic. Drinkers who thought they seriously pigged out had lower levels of the hunger hormone ghrelin—which speeds up metabolism and decreases appetite—while those who believed they drank a guilt-free diet shake remained hungry.
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As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.

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