Food Intake: Regulation, Assessing and Controlling
Jane L. Morrison
Nova Science Publishers, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 169 pages
Food intake is affected by many internal biological stimuli such as hormones and neuropeptides, and by social factors such as commercial standards, food palatability and composition. This book presents current research in the regulation and control of food intake. Topics discussed include understanding food intake regulation in chicks; indigenous fermented foods and beverages produced in Latin America; dopaminergic regulation of food intake; peptidergic regulation of food intake and its relation to age and body composition and food-borne carcinogens.
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