New Research Suggests a Molecule in the Body Could Reduce Food Cravings

New research suggests a molecule in the body can help reduce food cravings. Scientists from Baylor University and Stanford Medicine found that there might be a molecule in the body preventing people from getting hungry after exercising. The analysts studied the data of a group of mice after an intense run. They gave the mice an amino acid that made them less hungry for more than 12 hours. That was compared to mice who were not given the amino acid and ate regularly. More studies are needed to see if similar results could be achieved in humans.