The nutritional control of ghrelin secretion in humans: the effects of enteral vs. parenteral nutrition.
- Published Article
European journal of nutrition
- Publication Date
Oct 01, 2006
Differently from carbohydrates and independently from their modulatory effect on insulin secretion and glucose levels, both lipids and aminoacids play a negligible role in the acute control of ghrelin secretion either after acute enteral and parenteral administration.
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