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Metabolic and Endocrine Factors in Regulation of Nutrient Balance

  • G. A. Bray
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Abstract

In mammals, fat deposits represent the major store of energy. In a normal human being, for example, the nutrient intake may average 2000 kcal/day in an individual whose energy stores are 150000 kcal or 75 times larger than the daily intake. Energy intake occurs as discreet, periodic meals which are used for metabolic needs and for repletion of nutrient stores. The energy stores, on the other hand, supply metabolic fuels between meals and during longer periods of deprivation.

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Sympathetic Nervous System Brown Adipose Tissue Corticotropin Release Factor Lateral Hypothalamus Ventromedial Hypothalamus 
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  • G. A. Bray
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  1. 1.Section of Diabetes and Clinical NutritionUniversity of Southern California, USC School of MedicineLos AngelesUSA

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