“I’m Sorry For What I Said When I Was Hungry…”

HMMM… Don’t you mean HANGRY?

Hangry‘ added to Oxford English Dictionary in 2018 because irritable hunger happens. … Hangry, an adjective, is described in the dictionary as “bad-tempered or irritable as a result of hunger.”

This term has less to do with actual hunger, and everything to do with metabolic dis function.

Research shows that eating too much sugar can produce behaviors and changes in the brain that are similar to the effects of drugs of like alcohol or nicotine. These behaviours include bingeing, withdrawal andcraving.

Processed foods are LOADED with what the body chemically reads as sugar, which not only increase cravings for it, but also damage the gut immensely.

The gut is actually the main producer of various neurotransmitters that affect your mood, such as dopamine, serotonin, and gamma-aminobutyric acid. Imagine that?

If your gut is out of balance, it’s no wonder your mental health would suffer, too.


HANGRY is a modern word that ACTUALLY defines more accurately the “cry for help” from our brain to please feed it with REAL FOOD.