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satiety

[sətī′ətē]
a state of being satisfied, as in the feeling of being full after eating.

satiety

(sā-tī′ĕt-ē) [L. satietas, enough]
Being full to satisfaction, esp. with food.

satiety

with reference to food, the converse of hunger - the sensation of satisfaction or fullness. Mediated by the hypothalamus and influenced by many complex factors, including hormone secretions from the gut in response to a full meal, vagal afferent stimulation by stomach distension, insulin/glucagon secretion and blood glucose concentration.

satiety

being in a state of satiation; in experimental animals used with reference to eating and drinking.

satiety center
located in the ventromedial hypothalamic nucleus. Lesions may cause hyperphagia with obesity or anorexia with cachexia. See also adiposogenital dystrophy.
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This study assessed the impact of chewing and swallowing on satiety when compared to swallowing food that is mechanically masticated.
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