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Simply believing that you had a good meal may keep you full longer

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People who believe that they've had a large meal are likely to feel more satisfied and less hungry hours after eating, a new study finds. 

The memory of having eaten a large meal can make people feel less hungry hours afterward, according to research published December 5. ©auremar/shutterstock.com

Researchers from the University of Bristol in the UK showed 100 university students either a small 10-ounce/295 mL serving of cream of tomato soup or a larger 17-ounce/503 mL serving before lunch.

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