Two groups of neurons linked to feeling full identified—one for before-meal fullness and one for after-meal fullness

A team of biomedical researchers from the U.S. and the U.K. has identified two groups of neurons that take part in the process of feeling full—one before eating and one after. In their study, published in the journal Science, the group conducted experiments with mice to learn more about factors in the brain that lead to feelings of fullness after eating.

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