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- Circadian rhythms and appetite : Daily variations in the regulation of food intake.
- Energy balance in pregnancy and lactation : Adaptations in the control of food intake and energy expenditure in different reproductive states.
- Evolution of appetite regulating systems : Comparisons of the mechanisms regulating food intake and energy expenditure between species.
- Genetics of obesity : The evidence for a genetic component to obesity in humans.
- Glucostatic theory of appetite control : The theory that changes in blood glucose concentrations or arteriovenous glucose differences are detected by glucoreceptors that affect energy intake.
- Melanocortins and appetite : The regulation of food intake through neuropeptides related to adrenocorticotropic hormone.
- Bariatric surgery : The surgical removal of body fat.
- Diabesity : A term referring to the intricate relationship between type 2 diabetes and obesity.
- Drug treatments for obesity : Treatments of obesity that are based on drugs.
- Exercise and body weight : Correlation between physical activity and the body mass index.
- Food reward : The brain mechanisms involved in reinforcing feeding behaviour.
- Gut-brain signalling : The interaction between the gastrointestinal tract and the brain.
- Health consequences of obesity : Long-term effects of obesity on health.
- Metabolism and body composition :
- Adipocyte : Cell that stores fat and makes it available for use as energy.
- Leptin : Hormone secreted by adipocytes that regulates appetite.
- Ghrelin : A hormone produced by P/D1 cells lining the fundus of the human stomach that stimulate appetite.
- Hypothalamus : A part of the mammalian brain located below the thalamus, forming the major portion of the ventral region of the diencephalon.
- Arcuate nucleus : An aggregation of neurons in the mediobasal hypothalamus with important roles in appetite regulation and in the control of growth hormone secretion and prolactin secretion.