Decreased food intake with aging.

Abstract

There is a physiological decline in food intake with aging. The reasons for the decline in food intake are multifactorial and involve both peripheral and central mechanisms. Altered hedonic qualities of food occur due to alterations in taste and, more particularly, smell with aging. A decline in adaptive relaxation of the fundus of the stomach and an… (More)

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