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(p. 108) Food Intake and Metabolism 

(p. 108) Food Intake and Metabolism
(p. 108) Food Intake and Metabolism

Douglas S. Ramsay

and Stephen C. Woods

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date: 09 May 2021

Chapter 15 discusses food intake and metabolism, the brain and metabolism, food intake and the regulation of body fat, control of food intake, negative feedback versus feed-forward control, eating as an anticipatory behavior, and eating and drug taking.

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