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The state of being perfectly satiated.
French satiete from Old French saciete from Latin satietās from satis sufficient sā- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Middle French satieté, from Latin satietas.
This work includes evaluations of foods for their effects on satiety, and studies to increase our understanding of the factors that control satiety.
These foods will provide greater satiety by stabilizing blood sugar levels.
Furthermore this target may selectively reduce the intake of snack foods, a significant contributor to obesity, without altering hunger or satiety signals.
Children with BED may have been taught to clean their plates regardless of their satiety or that their finishing a meal makes them a "good" girl or boy.
The premise behind how it works is that your smell and taste receptors send different messages to your brain which results in the release of hormones that trigger a sense of satiety.
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