Normally you'd eat say, a ham sandwich 30g carbs, a bowl of vegetable soup-15 carbs, a salad- 0 carbs (except for what's in the dressing), a piece of fruit- 15 g carbs.
That's 60 g total carbs, a little lean but enough if you sit at a desk.
Wow, good for you!
Maybe the processed American food diet has an effect on all these hunger hormones? Plus, if you are cynical enough, it’s not impossible to rationalize that it would be in a food producer’s advantage to keep up hunger levels.
I agree with low carb approach, most especially for those with a metabolic problem, or prediabetic condition; good for diabetics, too.
I just wasn’t quite clear on a couple of things you said about liver/pancreatic function. Not important, you’ve got the right idea with low carbs.