What is the difference between satiation and satiety?
Satiation is immediate. You eat, feel full, and you stop eating. However, satiety, that sense of fullness to the point of “I’m done” is far more complex. It is a physiological state in which we no longer want to eat. And it has surprisingly less to do with how physically full your stomach is than you think. When we achieve satiety, our bodies are happy and very un-hungry because we are making energy, our metabolism is up and running, we are throwing heat, and our body is easily finding fuel where it is; in our viscera, our waist. The hunger switch is off. We are in a ketogenic state. HCG and 7 keto DHEA helps to keep that switch off. A lifetime of filling your stomach with cheap easy carbs and sugars keeps the body out of the ketogenic state and in a glycogenic state of constantly ingesting cheap carbs which causes the stomach to empty faster which makes you hungry again which precipitates more frequent trips back to the refrigerator and so on and so forth.. So, how does HCG boost satiety while restricting calories without hunger? I’ll get to that later.
What is satiety?
Our bodies and our minds are modular systems, meaning we often use several different mechanisms to achieve a singular goal. Though hunger begins in the stomach and ends in the brain, food satisfaction always involves the visual, the olfactory, the tactile, and even the emotional. Still, the goal of arriving at satiety is even more complex than that. The space between satiety and gratification is vast. In a perfect meal, satiety can be achieved fairly quickly. We eat, we gratify ourselves, we cease eating, we are satisfied. As simple as it sounds, satiety is far more elusive. Satiety is almost a platitude. It is a physiological knowing in which we no longer want to eat. It is that ineffable quality that has less to do with how physically full we are than what we cease to hunger for. It is a physical state of emotional completion based on the perfect supply of nutrients for our individual needs in that particular moment of that particular hour of that particular day. It is an email from the soul that says it would be alright to drop the fork—or the half eaten baloney sandwich—and go do something else. It is an accurate reading that comes from clarity of mind, a quiet experience of having had enough, of not being blinded by such things as loneliness, feeling overwhelmed, stressed out, unsure about your sexual orientation. It could be a simple as the time of day, maybe parental pressure, or being a parent, as sensory as the color or size of the dish we are eating from. Overweight people clearly have a difficult time arriving at satiety. They don’t just eat too often but too much too fast, usually on high calorie, low-satiety “comfort” foods that pass through their bodies faster than a Japanese bullet train, (which, by the way, is usually so loaded with sugar, the ultimate biochemical trigger to hunger, that they become hungry sooner than if they’d made “Clean” high satiety choices). Being the quick fix that it is, it only lands them back in front of the refrigerator again. And again. And again, in an endless cycle of addictive indulgence. So, how do we “find” satiety? Behavior modification? Hypnosis? HCG?
High calorie, low-satiety food is expensive
Yes, maybe, and yes. Suffice it to say that for now, real lifestyle changes will require more than just changing your mind about sugar, fat, and exercise. It will come from learning how to naturally switch on satiety signals in your body and mind such that any temporary change can get traction and continue long after you have stopped taking HCG drops under the tongue. And, there will come a time when you should stop taking HCG. That time is when you are fully enrolled into the ketogenic mindset. It all comes down to education and commitment. Yours. When you decide that you owe it to yourself to omit those extra mouthfuls that you’ve been swallowing, then you are ready. Because bad eating habits are expensive! No, not the grocery bags, or a few bottles of HCG. The cheapest of the cheapest junk food is expensive! I’m talking about the costs to your life. Type 2 diabetes ain’t cheap. Neither is a heart problem or artery or liver issues. The Center for Disease Control has determined that obesity is the second leading contributor to premature death in the United States. Premature death is a pretty high bill in my book, and last time I looked a funeral started at 8 to 10,000 bucks. But, I jest. Don’t care? You will one day. Or, your loved ones will. In the meantime your insurance company, a system is acutely driven by entrepreneurial opportunities like Gastroplasty, and bariatric surgery, will happily write you a script for easy drugs like Xenical, Phendimetrazine or Sibutramine to target obesity symptoms—but nothing to support you in enabling yourself to take an even less expensive bottle of prophylactic HCG. Buy HCG