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  • Appetite
    “Satiety” is defined as the sensation of being full following the consumption of food. A tiny marble-size gland in the middle of the brain, the hypothalamus, or, more specifically, the arcuate...

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  • Appetite
    The eNotes essays linked below provide good summaries of the distinctions between “appetite” and “hunger,” but the difference basically comes down to the fact that “hunger” is defined...

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    Appetite is the physiological craving to eat food and is manifested in the form of hunger and the need to feed oneself. The need to eat is dependent on ones own internal metabolic factors, which...

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  • Health
    Sarah has a lot to learn about nutrition. The reason her physician would warn against the perils of falling into the “diet soda” trap is because, other than calories, which can easily be...

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    The hypothalamus, which is situated between the pituitary gland and the thalamus, is the part of the brain involved in appetite control and, more specifically, the arcuate nucleus within the...

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