Brain cells which control the appetite detect nutrients in food and tell the brain directly about the food we have eaten. Professor Nicholas Dale in the School of Life Sciences has identified for the first time that tanycytes - cells found in part of the brain that controls energy levels and responds to amino acids found in foods.
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