Altered Feeding Behaviors and Adiposity Precede Observable Weight Gain in Young Rats Submitted to a Short-Term High-Fat Diet

@inproceedings{Andrich2018AlteredFB,
  title={Altered Feeding Behaviors and Adiposity Precede Observable Weight Gain in Young Rats Submitted to a Short-Term High-Fat Diet},
  author={David E Andrich and Lilya Melbouci and Ya Ou and Jean-Philippe Leduc-Gaudet and François Chabot and François Lalonde and F{\'a}bio Santos Lira and Bruce D Gaylinn and Gilles Gouspillou and Gawiyou Danialou and Alain-Steve Comtois and David H St-Pierre},
  booktitle={Journal of nutrition and metabolism},
  year={2018}
}
Information regarding the early effects of obesogenic diets on feeding patterns and behaviors is limited. To improve knowledge regarding the etiology of obesity, young male Wistar rats were submitted to high-fat (HFD) or regular chow diets (RCDs) for 14 days. Various metabolic parameters were continuously measured using metabolic chambers. Total weight gain was similar between groups, but heavier visceral fat depots and reduced weight of livers were found in HFD rats. Total calorie intake was… CONTINUE READING

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