Emily Cooper



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The Billionaire's Assistant

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Romance: The One Night Only...

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The Metabolic Storm: The Sc...

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The Cowboy's E-Mail Order B...

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Romance: Alpha Stepbrother

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Seduced by the Billionaire'...

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The Easy Superfoods Cookboo...

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The CEO

3.62 avg rating — 21 ratings — published 2015 — 3 editions
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“metabolic impairment can also cause decreased appetite or an absence of appetite. Patients with this kind of metabolic issue tend to struggle with making food choices, either having trouble deciding between foods or feeling that nothing looks good.”
Emily Cooper, The Metabolic Storm: The Science of Your Metabolism and Why It's Making You FAT and possibly INFERTILE

“Because we don’t feel full, we may increase the pace and quantity of our food intake, causing the stomach to become overly distended. Without normally functioning satiety cues, we begin to rely on this bloated feeling to know we’ve had enough to eat. In contrast, for a person with normal metabolic function, satiety cues are sensed in the brain first, followed by the stomach.”
Emily Cooper, The Metabolic Storm: The Science of Your Metabolism and Why It's Making You FAT and possibly INFERTILE

“it keeps the entire body informed and updated about how much a person weighs and whether he or she is carrying sufficient body fat to freely burn fat when the body needs energy. The leptin signal is a major influencer of metabolism in the brain. Once received by the brain, if other reassuring signals are also present, the brain permits the appetite to regulate itself and allows the metabolism to function at full throttle.”
Emily Cooper, The Metabolic Storm: The Science of Your Metabolism and Why It's Making You FAT and possibly INFERTILE



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