Shared November 28, 2019
There's a scientific reason behind your "second stomach."
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How is it that, after stuffing ourselves full at dinner, we somehow find room to eat again once dessert comes around? Turns out, the thing that makes us do this has a name: It's called "sensory-specific satiety," and it's actually supposed to keep us healthy.
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