How to Avoid the Hunger Hormone

When your doctor gave you your last prescription for an antibiotic, did he tell you it would make you fat?
He should have. Because taking antibiotics regularly can do all kinds of strange things to your body. And that includes making you gain weight.
The bacteria in your gut play an important role in determining whether your body stores the food you eat as excess pounds.
Let me explain…

Feel Hungry All the Time?

In the old days, your “appetite control system” was in better shape.
Today we have all sorts of additives and genetically modified “anti-nutrients” that interfere with our body’s hunger signals.
By your “appetite control system,” I mean a complex set of chemical interactions between your brain, nervous system, metabolic hormones, special cells and your immune system. These days, too many additives in your food get in the way of these delicate signals.