Glycogen Hypothesis

A theory that explains why some people never overeat. According to the glycogen hypothesis, glycogen stores affect the appetite in an as-yet undetermined manner; some people store very little glycogen, and when fat is available, burn it off immediately
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"I'm excited that the glycogen hypothesis is continuing to receive attention," says H.