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(Eating Disorders)
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  • Clinical Impact of Sarcopenia on Gastric Cancer. [Review]
  • ARAnticancer Res 2019; 39(5):2241-2249
  • Kuwada K, Kuroda S, … Fujiwara T
  • Sarcopenia is a complex syndrome defined by progressive and generalized loss of skeletal muscle mass and strength. Although sarcopenia is mainly associated with aging, cancer is also one of its cause…
  • Mood and appetite: Their relationship with discretionary and total daily energy intake. [Journal Article]
  • PBPhysiol Behav 2019 May 11
  • Fong M, Li A, … Caterson ID
  • CONCLUSIONS: When personal factors (age, sex, BMI), trait eating behaviours and daily rated negative affect and appetite are considered simultaneously, daily discretionary intake is associated most strongly with negative affect. Individuals, particularly young adults, may be more likely to overeat discretionary energy on days that negative affect is rated more highly,. However, this may not necessarily translate into greater total energy intake which was most consistently associated with daily rated appetite.
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