Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Psychology and Pathophysiological Outcomes of Eating

Edited by Akikazu Takada

Hamamatsu University School of Medicine

Co-editor:

Hubertus Himmerich

King’s College London

The psychology of eating is regulated by neural mechanisms. When not well controlled, eating may result in disorders and health hazards such as obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus, and vascular diseases. Lifestyles and cultures influence eating habits, thus there are differences in the prevalence of health problems depending upon living environments. This book examines the psychology and the pathophysiological outcomes of eating. Chapters address such topics as the influence of lifestyle, circadian rhythm, sleep, and fragrant odors on appetite and weight regulation; the impact of glucose, sucrose, lactate, and ketone bodies on the brain; the consequences of glycation stress on the skeletal muscle; and much more.

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Psychology and Pathophysiological Outcomes of EatingEdited by Akikazu Takada

Published: December 1st 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.92917

ISBN: 978-1-83968-777-8

Print ISBN: 978-1-83968-776-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83968-778-5

Copyright year: 2021

Books open for chapter submissions

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1. Attenuation of Food Intake by Fragrant Odors: Comparison between Osmanthus fragrans and Grapefruit Odors

By Takashi Yamamoto, Kayoko Ueji, Tadashi Inui and Haruno Mizuta

151

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2. Lactate and Ketone Bodies Act as Energy Substrates as Well as Signal Molecules in the Brain

By Shinichi Takahashi

247

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3. Roles of Glucose and Sucrose Intakes on the Brain Functions Measured by the Working Ability and Morris Maze

By Akikazu Takada, Fumiko Shimizu, Yukie Ishii, M. Ogawa and Tetsuya Takao

103

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4. Circadian Clock, Sleep, and Diet

By Junichiro Irie

79

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5. ER Stress Response Failure and Steatohepatitis Comorbid with Diabetes

By Takayoshi Sasako and Kohjiro Ueki

75

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6. The Effect of Glycation Stress on Skeletal Muscle

By Tatsuro Egawa, Kohei Kido, Takumi Yokokawa, Mami Fujibayashi, Katsumasa Goto and Tatsuya Hayashi

196

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7. Metabolic Responses to Energy-Depleted Conditions

By Tomohiro Suzuki, Tetsuro Komatsu, Hiroshi Shibata and Takeshi Inagaki

98

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8. Role of Gut Microbiota in Bile-Acid Metabolism

By Yuji Naito, Tomohisa Takagi and Ryo Inoue

88

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9. Relations between Dietary Habits, Lifestyle and Leading Obesity

By Shradha Mistri

97

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10. Hypertension as Three Systematic Dysregulations of Na+ Homeostasis in Terrestrial Mammal, and Salt in Gut Might Cause Brain Inflammation

By Mizuo Mifune and Yoshihiko Kanno

109

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11. Effect of Lifestyle Modification on Glycemic Control of Type 2 Diabetic Patients at Suez Canal University Hospitals

By Fatma Ibrahim Abdel-Latif Megahed, Salwa Abbas Ali Hassan, Hassan Ali Abdelwahid and Hanaa Kassem Farg

153

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12. Psychotherapeutic Interventions for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

By Keisha C. Gobin, Jennifer S. Mills and Joel D. Katz

83

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13. Diet and Obesity

By Olariike Oyindasola Kayode

86

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14. The Outcome of Eating Disorders: Relapse, Childbirth, Postnatal Depression, Family Support

By Mariko Makino, Mitsuo Yasushi and Masahiro Hashizume

247

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