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Eating behaviour
NEURAL MECHANISMS
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The structure of the forebrain which has
centres for control of eating behaviour.
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The part of the hypothalamus that receives
signals to switch eating on.
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The part of the hypothalamus that receives
signals to switch eating off.
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S------ C----- means the part of the brain that
sends messages of being ‘full up’ to stop
eating.
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When blood g------ levels fall this is sensed by
the hypothalamus and hunger is experienced.
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Food intake leads to an increase in blood
glucose and this is picked up by the VMH which
......
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An important role is played by g------ which is
released when the stomach is -----.
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Another key hormone has the opposite effect to
ghrelin and its release is stimulated when food
is passed into the duodenum. This is....
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Adipocyte store --- and they release
------.
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Leptin travels to the hypothalamus where it acts
as a s------ s-----.
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As more fat is stored in adipocytes so more
leptin is released and the h----------- is stimulated
to r----- food intake.
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