So, curious if there's a scientific link here about why some breakfasts make me hungry and some do not.
If I skip breakfast (IF): not hungry til lunch, normal rest of the day. If I eat my typical eggs+meat breakfast: not hungry til lunch or even later, normal rest of the day.
However, if I add veggies to my meat+eggs breakfast, I'm very hungry and can't wait for lunch. I eat the same amount of eggs and meat, but add in leafy greens sauteed in coconut oil with onions and garlic. Also, if I'm late for work and eat a handful of berries and some raw cheddar, I get ridiculously hungry and am snacky all day. This seems to me it'd be an insulin spike thing, but why would the meat+eggs+veggies do the same?
There's really no special reason I need this question answered, other than curiosity of the mechanics of it all.