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“The experience of eating has two key stages, she says – satiation and satiety.
Satiation is that feeling of becoming full while eating, until it’s time to say “no more.”
Satiety, on the other hand, is “how long to we wait to eat again and how much do we eat at the next meal”, McCrickerd says in an email. They are, she added, two subtly different, yet related experiences. Only the drinks that seemed thick offered the sensation of satiety.”