New study finds “gut hormones” diminish people’s cravings

For all those wishing to finally succeed at a cleanse and cut out calories, tobacco and alcohol, new research could lessen the pain and difficulty of the journey. “Gut hormones” are the hormones that cause a feeling of fullness after a meal and could be the key to dampening cravings for not only food, but also tobacco and alcohol. Investigators at the Imperial College London, led by researcher Tony Goldstone, are looking into whether an infusion of these hormones could reduce people’s desires for these substances, thus making it easier for people to lose weight and quit smoking and drinking. … Continue reading New study finds “gut hormones” diminish people’s cravings