Unveiling the Mystery: Why Do You Shiver After Eating? 


Low calorie diets can cause the body to feel cold as it lowers energy production and temperature regulation.

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Fasting alters metabolic rate, blood flow, and insulin levels, contributing to feeling cold after eating.

Certain foods like chili, peppermint, and cold drinks can induce a temporary cooling sensation in the body.

Hypothyroidism can lead to feeling colder due to disrupted metabolic and digestive functions.

Anemia reduces oxygen circulation, increasing sensitivity to cold sensations.

Diabetes affects blood sugar levels, leading to constant cold sensations, especially after eating.

Idiopathic Postprandial Syndrome (IPS) results in low blood sugar levels and accompanying body shakes and chills.

IPS may be triggered by high glycemic index foods, though its exact cause remains unknown.

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Temporary cold sensitivity after eating is normal, but prolonged coldness may indicate underlying health issues.

Consult a doctor if cold sensations persist, and consider dietary changes for short-term relief.