Insulin is a prandial satiety hormone

@article{Vanderweele1994InsulinIA,
  title={Insulin is a prandial satiety hormone},
  author={Dennis A. Vanderweele},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  year={1994},
  volume={56},
  pages={619-622}
}
The present study assessed meal-contingent insulin effects on spontaneous meal patterns. Rats, trained to lever press for daily food requirements, showed stable meal patterns and were then implanted with hepatic-portal catheters. Once again stable in ingestion, animals received either physiological saline or vehicle plus 1 or 2 mU of regular, short-acting insulin beginning at 10 pellets into each initiated meal (which was the chosen minimum meal size definition). All meals during that day were… CONTINUE READING

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