High intake of palatable food predicts binge-eating independent of susceptibility to obesity: an animal model of lean vs obese binge-eating and obesity with and without binge-eating

@article{Boggiano2007HighIO,
  title={High intake of palatable food predicts binge-eating independent of susceptibility to obesity: an animal model of lean vs obese binge-eating and obesity with and without binge-eating},
  author={Mary M. Boggiano and A I Artiga and Carolyn Pritchett and Paula Chandler-Laney and Meredith L Smith and Ann Eldridge},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={2007},
  volume={31},
  pages={1357-1367}
}
Objective:To determine the stability of individual differences in non-nutritive ‘junk’ palatable food (PF) intake in rats; assess the relationship of these differences to binge-eating characteristics and susceptibility to obesity; and evaluate the practicality of using these differences to model binge-eating and obesity.Design:Binge-eating prone (BEP) and resistant (BER) groups were identified. Differential responses to stress, hunger, macronutrient-varied PFs, a diet-induced obesity (DIO… CONTINUE READING
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