Ditching breakfast or lunch can cause you to eat more at dinner, thanks to the hunger-stimulating hormone ghrelin. “There’s nothing to stop the ghrelin from telling the brain you’re hungry other than eating. So if you miss breakfast, that hormone is already running high in your bloodstream and it’s hard to shut off at that point,” explains Marjorie Nolan, RD, author of Overcoming Binge Eating for Dummies.
When it comes to snacking, do you feel like once you pop, you can’t stop? Your biology, habits, and surroundings may all be to blame.
2. You skip meals
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