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Most of us are aware of the discomfort we feel when were hungry. That gnawing sensation in your belly, otherwise known as hunger pangs, sets in when your stomach is empty, telling you its time to fuel up. Ignoring hunger pangs can lead to weakness, headache, loss of concentration, irritability, and just plain tiredness.

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