If you are calorie counting to help lose weight, it is perhaps no surprise that you feel hungry while dieting, but why do people have lost weight feel hungry after they have been successful with their weight-loss plan? It seems that chemistry is to blame in that levels of one particular hormone, ghrelin, remain elevated for some time after one loses weight. Research from Norway suggests that this could mean that feeling perpetually hungry while eating less may be the price you pay for packing those extra pounds in the first place one you have undertaken a weight loss program. It is almost as if the body resists one's dieting efforts, overcoming this evolutionarily entrenched response to food may well not be possible.
Dietary hunger pangs