Dissociation of intake adjustments to sustained and day-to-day changes in food caloric density.


Rats were subjected to day-to-day changes in food caloric density superimposed on a sustained (average) change above or below the basal value. This was done by giving them a different diet every day, so that caloric density gradually increased from a basal value. By repeating this procedure the caloric density varied in a sinusoidal pattern above or below… (More)


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