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Various hypothalamic functions such as feeding behavior, energy expenditure, body weight gain, level of anxiety, and sexual maturation are mediated by a balance between the concentrations of neuropeptide Y (NPY) and corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF). To test the hypothesis that maternal uteroplacental insufficiency alters the offspring's brain NPY and/or(More)
OBJECTIVE A low-carbohydrate diet can reduce body weight and some cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors more than a low-fat diet, but differential adherence may play a role in these effects. METHODS Data were used from 148 adults who participated in a 12-month clinical trial examining the effect of a low-carbohydrate diet (<40 g/day) and a low-fat(More)
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