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What properties of food result in a sense of fullness or satiety?

Robert S. Kaufmann, MD
Internal Medicine
Fullness comes from the type of food. Things high in sugar have a hard time filling you up and keeping you full. Stay away from high sugar foods with hi glycemic index. Your brain is the ultimate decision maker so picking foods you can have enough volume and will tell your brain you are full are the best.  

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