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Effects of Eating on Drinking

  • F. S. Kraly
Part of the ILSI Human Nutrition Reviews book series (ILSI HUMAN)

Abstract

The relation between eating and drinking for adult mammals is defined by three characteristics. First, eating and drinking tend to occur together: they are episodic but temporally contiguous behaviours, entrained to environmental cues and occurring mainly during the waking hours. Second, eating and drinking appear to be reciprocal: sipping interrupts eating. Eating can have dehydrational consequences that elicit drinking, and drinking can disinhibit eating by preparing the palate or by removing dehydration. Third, eating and drinking serve homeostasis: ingestion will preclude and/or repair deficits in fuels, fluids or electrolytes.

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Stimulus Property Renal Sympathetic Nerve Activity Zona Incerta Spontaneous Drinking Fluid Deficit 
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