Diabetic hunger refers to a feeling of hunger experienced by individuals with diabetes due to fluctuations in blood sugar levels. People with diabetes may experience hunger more frequently, even after a meal, as their body struggles to regulate insulin and blood sugar levels. Normal hunger, on the other hand, is a natural physiological response to an empty stomach and a need for energy. It is a healthy response that is regulated by the body's hunger and satiety cues. People without diabetes typically experience hunger when their body needs food, and it is relieved by eating a balanced meal.