Food for Thought: Revisiting the Complexity of Food Intake


The ability of hormones such as insulin, leptin, and cholecystokinin to alter food intake is influenced by intricate interactions between homeostatic and non-homeostatic factors. Consequently, when administered exogenously, the likelihood of these hormones influencing food intake is probabilistic, leading to difficulties replicating previously reported outcomes both within and between labs

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