Paraventricular hypothalamus to ventral lateral septum neurotransmission underlies dynamic feeding associated with emotional state. The network may underly the comorbidity between eating abnormalities experienced while under extreme stress.
A new study reveals a link between elevates microbiome levels of indole and hedonic eating. Researchers report those with higher levels of indole are more likely to have food addiction and overeating disorders.
Researchers have identified neurons in the brains of rats that control future food intake by preserving memories of past meals. The findings suggest boosting meal memories could help to manage overeating and curb obesity.