- appe(tite) + -stat. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“In summary, Dr. Green, after studying and researching this question for over 20 years, it is my firm conviction that aspartame lowers seizure threshold, mimics or exacerbates a wide variety of neuropsychiatric disorders, contributes to the incidence of certain cancers, and because of it's impact on the hypothalamic "appestat" plays a significant role in the world-wide epidemic of obesity and type 2 diabetes.”
“It requires more and more and more and more as if its collective appestat were damaged.”
“I was resetting my appestat that internal regulator of appetite control that I had badly damaged with bingeing and purging.”
“It is a major factor destroying appestat control of appetite control with blood sugar, and endorphin related hypothalamic pituitary axis.”
“But I do think that having a functioning appestat is a good thing.”
“This is why my particular plan works so well for me: It restored the functioning of my appestat and removed the 95 percent of my problem with food that was biochemical rather than genuinely emotional.”
“In my case, one of those benefits was suddenly having a functioning appestat, and a side effect of THAT was losing body fat.”
“There is a thing our bodies seem to have, called an “appestat.””
“Having gone from having no functioning appestat to almost overnight having one, I am excruciatingly aware of the difference.”
“Between the two is the ordinary physiological suggestion that the appestat is for some reason set too high, so that they become hungry sooner and stay hungry longer.”
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