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Running head: THE REVIEW OF RELEASE OF SATIETY HORMONES 1 The review of Release of Satiety Hormones in Response to Specific Dietary Proteins Tracy L Bignell SCI241 July 8, 2011 Kat Spottswood MS
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THE REVIEW OF RELEASE OF SATIETY HORMONES 2 Satiety Hormones in Response to Specific Dietary Proteins. The article I found is called “Release of Satiety Hormones in Response to Specific Dietary Proteins Is Different between Human and Murine Small Intestinal Mucosa” (American Psychological Assoc., 2010). The micro nutrient Composition of a diet has an important role in the release of satiety hormones. Studies show that the roll dietary protein improves Satiety Sensations. In Humans and rats the protein has the highest effect when compared to other macronutrients. Gastrointestinal hormones cholecystokinin (CCK), and glucagon-like peptide
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Unformatted text preview: 1(GLP-1) in the gastrointestinal tract modulate appetite sensations. GLP-1 is produced by the L cells in the distal Small intestines, and CCK is produced by I-cells in the duodenal and jejuna mucosa. The source of protein is a determinant on the impact for satiety hormone release. The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of certain dietary proteins in humans. THE REVIEW OF RELEASE OF SATIETY HORMONES 3 References Geraedts, M. P., Troost, F. J., Tinnemans, R., Söderholm, J. D., Brummer, R., & Saris, W. M. (2010). Release of Satiety Hormones in Response to Specific Dietary Proteins Is Different between Human and Murine Small Intestinal Mucosa. Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism , 56(4), 308-313. doi:10.1159/000312664...
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