Elevated energy intake is correlated with hyperresponsivity in attentional, gustatory, and reward brain regions while anticipating palatable food receipt.

@article{Burger2013ElevatedEI,
  title={Elevated energy intake is correlated with hyperresponsivity in attentional, gustatory, and reward brain regions while anticipating palatable food receipt.},
  author={Kyle S. Burger and Eric Stice},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={2013},
  volume={97 6},
  pages={1188-94}
}
BACKGROUND Obese compared with lean individuals show greater attention-, gustatory-, and reward-region responsivity to food cues but reduced reward-region responsivity during food intake. However, to our knowledge, research has not tested whether an objectively measured caloric intake is positively associated with neural responsivity independent of excess adipose tissue. OBJECTIVE We tested the hypothesis that objectively measured energy intake, which accounts for basal needs and the… CONTINUE READING
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