Successful dieters have increased neural activity in cortical areas involved in the control of behavior

@article{Delparigi2007SuccessfulDH,
  title={Successful dieters have increased neural activity in cortical areas involved in the control of behavior},
  author={Angelo Delparigi and Kewei Chen and Arline D. Salbe and James O Hill and Rena R Wing and Eric M. Reiman and P A Tataranni},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={2007},
  volume={31},
  pages={440-448}
}
Objective:To investigate whether dietary restraint, a landmark of successful dieting, is associated with specific patterns of brain responses to the sensory experience of food and meal consumption.Design and subjects:Cross-sectional study of the brain's response to the sensory experience of food and meal consumption in nine successful dieters (age: 38±7 years, body fat (%): 28±3) and 20 non-dieters (age: 31±9 years, body fat (%): 33±9), all women.Measurements:Changes in brain activity in… CONTINUE READING
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