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18 october 2018 22:00:04

 
Neurocognitive and Hormonal Correlates of Voluntary Weight Loss in Humans (Cell Metabolism)
 




Dagher et al. tested the hypothesis that hormonal adaptations during dieting override eating self-control in 24 overweight participants on a 1,200 kcal/day diet. They found that brain activity in cognitive control regions, rather than hormones associated with energy balance, plays a critical role in weight loss.


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