Daily hunger sensation and body compartments

II. Their relationships in obese patients

P. Cugini, A. Salandri, M. Cilli, P. Ceccotti, A. Di Marzo, A. Rodio, S. Fontana, A. M. Pellegrino, G. P. De Francesco, S. Coda, F. De Vito, L. Colosi, C. M. Petrangeli, C. Giovannini

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Abstract

Hunger sensation (HS) is a signal whose levels change during the 24-h day. The daily mean level of HS was correlated with the human body compartments, as investigated by bioelectrical impedance analysis, to detect the relationship between the orectic perception and both the free fat mass (FFM) and the fat body mass (FBM) in 22 clinically healthy subjects (CHS) (2 M, 20 W, BML 18.5-24.0 kg/m2) and 48 obese patients (OP) (4 M, 44 W, BMI: 25.2-54.7 kg/m2). In CHS, the daily mean level of HS correlated positively with the FFM and negatively with the FBM. These correlations were not present in OP. This lack of relationships between HS and the body compartments where energy is maximally consumed (i.e., the FFM) and maximally stored (i.e., the FBM) indicates that the orectic response to energy expenditure and the orectic inhibition to fat accumulation are feedback mechanisms which are impaired in obesity.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)81-88
Number of pages8
JournalEating and Weight Disorders
Volume4
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Jun 1999

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Keywords

  • Bioelectrical impedance analysis
  • Biological rhythms
  • Body composiüon
  • Chronobiology
  • Eating disorders
  • Hunger
  • Obesity
  • Orcadian rhythms
  • Satiety

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  • Psychiatry and Mental health
  • Clinical Psychology

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Cugini, P., Salandri, A., Cilli, M., Ceccotti, P., Di Marzo, A., Rodio, A., ... Giovannini, C. (1999). Daily hunger sensation and body compartments: II. Their relationships in obese patients. Eating and Weight Disorders, 4(2), 81-88.

Daily hunger sensation and body compartments : II. Their relationships in obese patients. / Cugini, P.; Salandri, A.; Cilli, M.; Ceccotti, P.; Di Marzo, A.; Rodio, A.; Fontana, S.; Pellegrino, A. M.; De Francesco, G. P.; Coda, S.; De Vito, F.; Colosi, L.; Petrangeli, C. M.; Giovannini, C.

In: Eating and Weight Disorders, Vol. 4, No. 2, 06.1999, p. 81-88.

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Cugini, P, Salandri, A, Cilli, M, Ceccotti, P, Di Marzo, A, Rodio, A, Fontana, S, Pellegrino, AM, De Francesco, GP, Coda, S, De Vito, F, Colosi, L, Petrangeli, CM & Giovannini, C 1999, 'Daily hunger sensation and body compartments: II. Their relationships in obese patients', Eating and Weight Disorders, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 81-88.
Cugini P, Salandri A, Cilli M, Ceccotti P, Di Marzo A, Rodio A et al. Daily hunger sensation and body compartments: II. Their relationships in obese patients. Eating and Weight Disorders. 1999 Jun;4(2):81-88.
Cugini, P. ; Salandri, A. ; Cilli, M. ; Ceccotti, P. ; Di Marzo, A. ; Rodio, A. ; Fontana, S. ; Pellegrino, A. M. ; De Francesco, G. P. ; Coda, S. ; De Vito, F. ; Colosi, L. ; Petrangeli, C. M. ; Giovannini, C. / Daily hunger sensation and body compartments : II. Their relationships in obese patients. In: Eating and Weight Disorders. 1999 ; Vol. 4, No. 2. pp. 81-88.
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