Nutrition and Central Nervous System Functionby John D. Fernstrom, Gregory D. Miller
Appetite and Body Weight Regulation: Sugar, Fat, and Macronutrient Substitutes compiles recent work by international experts in the areas of diet and appetite regulation to present contemporary knowledge regarding the regulation of appetite and body weight. The book emphasizes behavioral aspects of appetite regulation, as well as underlying biochemical, metabolic, and neurobiological mechanisms. Current research regarding the use of dietary fat and sugar substitutes in the management of appetite and body weight in humans is covered including their use in the management of obesity.
Nutritionists and dieticians, students and researchers interested in mechanisms of appetite regulation, obesity researchers and health professionals involved in weight management, and food scientists interested in the development and application of macronutrient substitutes for humans will count Appetite and Body Weight Regulation among their essential reference volumes.
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