It is clear now. Satiation, after a meal, the stop eating signal may be influenced by insulin rise in the brain. OK, that is the stop eating signal.
Satiety, the stay stopped signal, the antagonist of hunger, is controlled by available energy.
Insulin is the storage hormone, as in Volek's xy=c curve, x being fat release rate, y the blood insulin concentration.
So what does this all mean? Low carb is the default diet, but protein and carbohydrates must both be low.
Then there is the first pass gut hunger, the gut eats first, then the liver, then the energy gets to blood flow and circulates.
Omega 3 as Shangra la oil?