Appetite Suppression and Altered Food Preferences Coincide with Changes in Appetite-Mediating Hormones During Energy Deficit at High Altitude, But Are Not Affected by Protein Intake

@article{Karl2018AppetiteSA,
  title={Appetite Suppression and Altered Food Preferences Coincide with Changes in Appetite-Mediating Hormones During Energy Deficit at High Altitude, But Are Not Affected by Protein Intake},
  author={J. Karl and R. Cole and C. Berryman and G. Finlayson and Patrick N. Radcliffe and Matthew T. Kominsky and Nancy E. Murphy and J. W. Carbone and J. Rood and A. Young and S. Pasiakos},
  journal={High Altitude Medicine & Biology},
  year={2018},
  volume={19},
  pages={156 - 169}
}
  • J. Karl, R. Cole, +8 authors S. Pasiakos
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine
  • High Altitude Medicine & Biology
  • Abstract Karl, J. Philip, Renee E. Cole, Claire E. Berryman, Graham Finlayson, Patrick N. Radcliffe, Matthew T. Kominsky, Nancy E. Murphy, John W. Carbone, Jennifer C. Rood, Andrew J. Young, and Stefan M. Pasiakos. Appetite suppression and altered food preferences coincide with changes in appetite-mediating hormones during energy deficit at high altitude, but are not affected by protein intake. High Alt Med Biol. 19:156–169, 2018.—Anorexia and unintentional body weight loss are common during… CONTINUE READING
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