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10 September 2008

'Feeding' hormones affect more than hunger (BrainWork - September/October 2008)

Cvr_sm_brainwork An article about how feeding hormones like ghrelin and leptin work on the brain appears in the September/October issue of BrainWork.


Ghrelin and leptin, hormones that regulate appetite and food intake, have been found also to influence depressive behaviors as well as learning and memory processes.

The findings indicate that these chemical messengers may play profound and sophisticated roles in human cognition...

(To read the rest of the article, click here).


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