It was Melbourne Cup day so in some ways you can be excused, but it’s that dreaded feeling of being tired, queasy, stressed and full of regret that can only be one thing, a hangover.
We've all heard it, said it and believed it: It takes 20 minutes to feel full once you start eating. But is this commonly held belief actually true, or just a reminder to get us to stop inhaling food?
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