The publisher's final edited version of this article is available at Behav Pharmacol See other articles in PMC that cite the published article. Abstract The increased availability of highly palatable foods is a major contributing factor toward the development of compulsive eating in obesity and eating disorders. It has been proposed that compulsive eating may develop as a form of self-medication to alleviate the negative emotional state associated with withdrawal from highly palatable foods. This study was aimed at determining whether withdrawal from chronic, intermittent access to a highly palatable food was responsible for the emergence of depressive-like behavior. Following 7 weeks of diet alternation, depressive-like behavior was assessed during withdrawal from the highly palatable diet and following renewed access to it, using the forced swim test, the sucrose consumption test, and the intracranial self-stimulation threshold procedure. Interestingly, the increased immobility in the forced swim test was abolished by renewing access to the highly palatable diet.
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Crafting projects + charities = DIY for good | Offbeat Home & Life
October 8 Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Yarn by Lovebugs Yarns We've been talking about the hurdles of learning to sew recently and got a great comment that made me think: If you're learning to sew, quilt, crochet, whatever, is there a way to donate your crafted items to a charity who needs them? Sees like a no-brainer. I decided to find out. Here's what reader JJ had to say about it… I am currently learning to sew and I have found sewing reusable cloth panty liners and cloth menstrual pads really great to learn with and fun to make. Round patterns are a good way to practice curves.