In a study examining possible factors regarding the associations between fructose consumption and weight gain, brain magnetic resonance imaging of study participants indicated that ingestion of glucose--but not fructose--reduced cerebral blood flow and activity in brain regions that regulate appetite.
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CBF stands for Cerebral Blood Flow
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- Chesapeake Bay Foundation
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Washington, January 2 ( ANI ): Ingestion of glucose but not fructose reduces cerebral blood flow and activity in brain regions that regulate appetite, and ingestion of glucose but not fructose produces increased ratings of satiety and fullness, researchers say.
The results of the current study provide the first indication in humans that resveratrol may be able to modulate cerebral blood flow variables," the researchers wrote.
Attempting to elucidate cerebral mechanisms behind hypnotic analgesia, we measured regional cerebral blood flow with positron emission tomography in patients with fibromyalgia, during hypnotically-induced analgesia and resting wakefulness.
This research investigated whether a component of red wine would increase cerebral blood flow and consequently improve brain functions in healthy adults.
Rheological parameters may promote thrombogenesis and atherosclerosis, and may become important factors in the regulation of cerebral blood flow (Fisher and Meiselman 1991).
All of the women took fitness tests on an exercise bike and had ultrasound scans to gauge their cerebral blood flow.