Stomach has folds that are smoothed out by food under tension. The stomach is stretched allowing fulfilling itself by a large amount of food.
Stomach has folds that are smoothed out by food under tension. The stomach is stretched allowing fulfilling itself by a large amount of food.People eat as much as it is not necessary and even harmful. Why? Because when the stomach is stretched its blood supply strongly deteriorates. Do you know that the vessels that pass in its walls are stretched, their clearance is reduced and blood comes less than it is necessary in the stomach? It is similar to the mechanism with a well-known to myocardial infarction. In the stomach, fortunately, it does not reach a heart attack, but you will earn gastritis. Why do we overeat? And is it possible not to overeat something? When everything enhancers flavor (salt, spices – it also amplifiers, and the most insidious because we do not believe it), sweeteners (sugar – the most insidious), when the appearance of the product increases the appetite so much that we simply can not stop? The mechanism of saturation “helps” to overeat. After all it is known that the true saturation comes after 20-30 minutes after the receipt of food. It is recommended to get from the table a bit hungry. Satiety comes later. Many children are brought up so that they must eat up. Where is the tradition from? This is not really healthy! Many fans of abundant food, accustomed to eating at any time and without any restrictions, sooner or later will have to face consequences. Each body has its own reserve. We must acknowledge an indisputable truth: obesity is primarily associated with overeating. Capacity of our stomach is impressive. If for person’s stomach filling the, not burdened by overweight there is necessary liter or one and a half of food / liquid, then at constant over-eating, its volume increases up to five liters! The man having the habit of overeating makes his stomach accustomed to it. Excessive amount of food received at dinner or lunch is a heavy weight pressing on the pancreas, working in a mode of increased load.