Appetite

Smell, Taste, Texture, and Temperature Multimodal Representations in the Brain, and Their Relevance to the Control of Appetite

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Smell, Taste, Texture, and Temperature Multimodal Representations in the Brain, and Their Relevance to the Control of Appetite

The aims of this paper are to describe the rules of the cortical processing of taste and smell, how the pleasantness or affective value of taste and smell are represented in the brain, and to rel...

Understanding food structure and function in developing food for appetite control

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There is an emerging interest in the impact of food structure on digestion behaviour and its relationship to human nutrition. The interactions between individual macronutrients (protein, fat and ...

The controversial relationship between dietary calcium and body weight

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Can the controversial relationship between dietary calcium and body weight be mechanistically explained by alterations in appetite and food intake?

The prevalence of obesity has reached epidemic proportions worldwide and the incidence of overweight and obesity continues to rise. Diet plays a significant role in the modulation of body weight ...

Role of protein and carbohydrate sources on acute appetite responses in lean and overweight men

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Dietary protein induces greater satiety compared with carbohydrate in lean subjects, which may involve appetite-regulatory gut hormones. Little is known about the duration of effect, influence of...

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