A peptide hormone, secreted in the stomach, that increases appetite.(noun)
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Use "ghrelin" in a sentence
""This part of the stomach is in charge of producing a hormone called ghrelin, which is responsible for our appetite," said Gandsas."
"When our bodies notice we need more calories, levels of a hormone called ghrelin increase."
"What I found out after the surgery and in looking into -- doing all the research I had to do to write up all the stuff you have to write up before the surgery, I heard about a hormone called ghrelin or ghrelin -- depends on which doctor you talk to, how it ` s pronounced -- that basically signals your brain and says, I need more food."