Leptin and Its Role in Food Intake Regulation
Food intake is an important determinant of both the rate of growth of animals and their body composition. Various hormones, gastric distension, and other factors affect the central nervous system to regulate food intake. In addition, several environmental cues, such as food availability, are factors of consumption as well. Ensuring that signals are functioning properly is necessary to have adequate nutrition and reduce the debilitating diseases and conditions associated with over consumption of food.
A hormone of significant research in food intake regulation is leptin. …
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