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- Sinclair, R.E., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Physiology & behavior 2015 v.144 pp. 146-155
- body temperature; correlated responses; correlation; food intake; foods; glucose tolerance; high fat diet; lean body mass; mice; obesity; people; physical activity; regression analysis; resting metabolic rate; weight gain; weight loss
- ... Easy access to high-energy palatable foods has been suggested to have contributed to the world-wide obesity epidemic. However, within these ‘obesogenic’ environments many people manage to remain lean. Mice also show variability in their weight gain responses to high-fat diet (HFD) feeding and their weight loss responses to calorically restricted (CR) feeding. In this study we investigated which fa ...