Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Eating for Hunger or Pleasure? Regulating These Feeding Behaviors Involves Different Brain Circuits

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This shows a person with a bowl of cerealThe brain regulates both eating for hunger and pleasure through serotonin-producing neurons in the midbrain, but the different types of feeding are wired by independent circuits that do not influence the other type of feeding.