Ok, so it seems that I am eternally on a quest to figure out why I'm hungry all the time. I've thought so many times that I've found a cure/miracle food/eating method or routine for it, but the hunger has come back again stronger than ever!
The last few days, I've been drinking less water as an experiment, and voila.... Hunger is way less, I'm eating smaller meals and not ravenous at 10am after an 8am breakfast!
I'm still drinking 8 or more glasses of water (about 2 litres), whereas before I was drinking 3 or 4 litres of water per day.
So, does drinking water in excess make you hungrier, and if so, what's the science behind it? Does it dilute stomach acids/juices? Has anybody else had this experience?! Or is it even possible since water is supposed to fill us up and suppress our appetites?