Quiz 4 - Regulation of Energy Intake by-hunger, satiation,...

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Regulation of Energy Intake by-hunger, satiation, satiety, appetite Hunger- Prompts eating; physiological desire Satiation- Signals to stop eating Satiety- Lack of hunger Appetite- Psychological desire Hunger, Satiation, and Appetite Stimulants-Diet Composition, Gastrointestinal Sensations, Temperature, Neurological and Hormonal Factors, Environmental and Social Factors Your body uses fuel for 3 primary purposes: physiological functions, physical activity, process food Resting energy expenditure (REE) is the-energy for basic body functions REE AKA-basic metabolic rate, BMR BMR is affected by body- size, composition, age, gender Energy for physical activity is highly-variable Energy for physical activity is affected by body- size, fitness level, type of activity Thermic effect of food (TEF) is energy to- digest, absorb, metabolize food %BMR of total energy expenditure-60 to 65 %physical activity of total energy expenditure-25 to 330 %TEF of total energy expenditure-5 to 10
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2012 for the course BMS 128 taught by Professor Wise during the Spring '12 term at Santa Barbara City.

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Quiz 4 - Regulation of Energy Intake by-hunger, satiation,...

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