How I Control My Appetite at Night With Soup! Leptin and CCK Levels – The Science of Such

Hello, My name is George M., and I am a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, with a degree in Biology/Neuroscience. During my studies at Penn, I did much research on the brain and the various neurotransmitters in the brain.

My own experience led me to do more research on the protein called leptin, and the chemical in the body called CCK. Mastery of these two factors will lead you to mastery of your hunger centers in your body. You will learn to control hunger in a completely natural way.

I call this article “Mind Control Soup” for various reasons… The hypothalamus in the brain controls the hunger and emotional centers of the CNS or central nervous system.

If fixed this with a recipe that calls for the activation of CCK, a hormone in the brain that controls appetite. This hormone influence the protein levels of leptin, a protein in the body that makes one feel full or hungry.

When leptin levels are depleted, one can expect massive or out of control hunger.

My soups and stews help remedy this situation in an all-in-one meal! You get everything with my soups and stews: protein, good low glycemic carbs, plenty of fiber, vegetables galore, water and hydration, and most important for those of you who want to lose fat but still eat as much as possible — hyper adequate nutrition and mental focus.

But most important, you get appetite control, which is the topic of this article.

Here is an example of a completely Original and Non-Sourced Recipe I have created on my own in my own kitchen all by myself on my stove that really works for me, and I thought I’d like to share it with you too!:

Here are the tips, strategies, and principle foundations of my recipe… called Split Pea n’ Corn with Broccoli, that you can use today to get the same results of huger control that I got.

Any local grocery store will be sure to have the following… 8 cups of water, 1 pound of dried split peas, 2 cups of frozen corn, 1 head of fresh broccoli (or 2 cups of frozen), 1 teaspoon of Himalayan rock salt, 1 teaspoon of organic pepper, 6 cloves of organic garlic

My own personal Instructions are the following: Make sure the split peas boil for at least 10 minutes, then turn down the heat to medium and let simmer for 30 minutes. You can double this batch and freeze your servings. Refrigerated servings will last for 1 week. Frozen servings will last for 1 month.

My personal training Harrisburg [] clients LOVE this recipe, and I thought I’d share it with you. I also just shared this with my Hershey fitness [] team, and everyone has been amazed at the hunger-control results they got with this strategy!


George M. is a graduate of the Univer

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