Tag: "fullness" at medical news

Hormone regulates fondness for food

...key systems - the pathways that control hunger and fullness and the brain processes involved in liking and wanting foods - may interact. The scientists determined that hunger clearly has an impact on activation in striatal regions of the brain in response to food pictures and consumption of food modifies the...

Read my lips: Not all fillers are safe for lip augmentation, rejuvenation

...rger, sexier lips. As people age, their lips lose fullness which makes them appear older. While injectable fillers can combat aging around the lips and mouth, not all are created equal some can even lead to long-lasting complications, say presenters at the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) Plasti...

More than just genetics: Lifestyle choices impact GI health

...the HGI-HGL breakfast experienced more satiety and fullness compared to those who consumed the other breakfast options. However, this breakfast also caused higher levels of glucose and insulin during the morning. Of the three options, the HGI-LGL breakfast produced the highest insulin levels somewhat later,...

New research links metabolism and appetite suppression, opening door to obesity treatments

...gar levels, food intake, and satiety a feeling of fullness which are crucial to tackling the worldwide epidemic of obesity," adds Dr. Finegood. "Carrying extra weight is a risk factor for type 2 diabetes, and 80% of people with diabetes struggle with excess weight. This study offers early yet encouraging fi...

TV viewing during lunch affects preschool children's intake

...eals, TV viewing may distract children from normal fullness cues which can lead to overeating in children as it may in adults." In their paper, the researchers write, "To promote self-regulation of energy intake in young children, parents and caregivers should be advised against providing opportunities for ch...

Rats' response to 'stop snacking' signal diminished by high fat diet

...ally report feeling increased hunger and declining fullness and eat more. No human study of snacking and CCK has been reported. This study, with rats, is the first to link diminished sensitivity to CCK following exposure to a high fat diet and overconsumption of a high calorie, high fat snack. In the cur...

Study reveals drinking alcohol reduces breast milk supply in women

...d with the lactating mothers' perception of breast fullness explaining why the folklore may have persisted for centuries. "This information is important for women," comments Julie Mennella, PhD. "If a mother is drinking alcohol just to improve the quality or quantity of her milk, she needs to know that there...

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