Always Feeling Hungry? Try These 6 Tips!

by Colin McGregor
Well, you may be able to reduce your appetite by increasing the hormone "Lepin".⁠

It is produced in the fat stores of your body and signals your brain when you're full, triggering you to stop eating.⁠

Some strategies that may improve your leptin levels include:⁠
1. Strategic overfeeding. This includes a day where for a short period of time that you eat more than you normally do.⁠
2. Avoid high consumption of omega-3.⁠
3. Include dairy in your diet.⁠
4. Increase your Zinc consumption by adding 2 teaspoons of Biogenesis Natural Chlorella Powder.⁠
5. Don’t over train.⁠
6. Get around 8 hours sleep- less than 8 hours can lower leptin by up to 20%.⁠

1. Chen, M. D., Song, Y. M., & Lin, P. Y. (2000). Zinc may be a mediator of leptin production in humans. Life Sciences, 66(22), 2143-2149.⁠

2. Hariri, M., Ghiasvand, R., Shiranian, A., Askari, G., Iraj, B., & Salehi‐Abargouei, A. (2015). Does omega‐3 fatty acids supplementation affect circulating leptin levels? A systematic review and meta‐analysis on randomized controlled clinical trials. Clinical endocrinology, 82(2), 221-228.⁠

3. Havel, P. J., Townsend, R., Chaump, L., & Teff, K. (1999). High-fat meals reduce 24-h circulating leptin concentrations in women. Diabetes, 48(2), 334-341.⁠