8 Foods That Make You Eat More

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Almost everyone has experienced late-night cravings or eaten more in a single sitting than they may have intended, but certain foods can actually increase the likelihood of overindulging. “In general, its foods that are digested very quickly,” says Jamie Pope, a registered dietician and instructor of nutrition at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. She explains that these foods don’t take much effort to eat and are less difficult for the body to break down, leading to spikes or dips in blood sugar that can increase your appetite and make you feel hungry not long after they’re consumed. Read on to find out which foods are more likely to lead to some inadvertent binges. Just keep in mind that these foods aren’t necessarily bad for you, as long as you can control the cravings they may induce, and some people will be more sensitive to their effects than others based on body chemistry. Photo Credit:  naunasse