Diet and Interoception

Interoception is one of the six elements characterizing the field of Nutritional Psychology. Interoception plays a significant role in developing our understanding of the Diet-Mental Health Relationship (DMHR). Referred to as “the eighth sense,” Interoception is our perception of the internal physiological state of our body. Interoception pertains to the receiving, encoding, and representation of internal bodily signals in the brain, as well as their perception (Ceunen et al., 2016). Interoception encompasses the non-conscious bodily signals we experience, and our conscious perception of them. NP 110: Introduction to Nutritional Psychology Methods includes curriculum in Diet and Interoception.

A four-day Western-style dietary intervention causes reductions in hippocampal-dependent learning and memory and interoceptive sensitivity

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Western diet and the weakening of the interoceptive stimulus control of appetitive behavior

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The neurobiology of interoception in health and disease

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Thirst interoception and its relationship to a Western-style diet

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Individual differences in the interoceptive states of hunger, fullness and thirst

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On the Origin of interoception

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Interoceptive awareness and its relationship to hippocampal dependent processes

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Interoceptive contributions to healthy eating and obesity

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Getting to the heart of the matter: Does aberrant interoceptive processing contribute towards emotional eating?

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Do interoceptive awareness and interoceptive responsiveness mediate the relationship between body appreciation and intuitive eating in young women?

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Attenuated interoceptive sensitivity in overweight and obese individuals

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From the body's viscera to the body's image: Is there a link between interoception and body image concerns?

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Western-style diet impairs stimulus control by food deprivation state cues: Implications for obesogenic environments

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Mindfulness, interoception, and the body: A contemporary perspective

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The hippocampus and the regulation of human food intake

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Consumer reflections on post-ingestive sensations. A qualitative approach by means of focus group interviews

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Post-ingestive sensations driving post-ingestive food pleasure: A cross-cultural consumer study comparing Denmark and China

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Subjective sensations related to food as determinants of snack choice

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Dynamic changes in post-ingestive sensations after consumption of a breakfast meal high in protein or carbohydrate

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Interoception and mental Health: A roadmap

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Individual differences in the interoceptive states of hunger, fullness and thirst

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Evaluation of the intensity and discomfort of perioperative thirst

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Interoception and emotion

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Sex-specific relationships between interoceptive accuracy and emotion regulation

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The outward spiral: A vicious cycle model of obesity and cognitive dysfunction

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Individual differences in Hippocampal volume as a function of BMI and reward sensitivity

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Evidence for a large-scale brain system supporting allostasis and interoception in humans

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Interoceptive dysfunction: toward an integrated framework for understanding somatic and affective disturbance in depression

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Anterior insular cortex plays a critical role in interoceptive attention

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Food related processes in the insular cortex

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The anterior insular cortex unilaterally controls feeding in response to aversive visceral stimuli in mice

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Dynamic causal modeling of insular, striatal, and prefrontal cortex activities during a food-specific go/noGo task

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Relationship between dispositional mindfulness, psychological health, and diet quality among healthy midlife adults

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Getting to the heart of the matter: Does aberrant interoceptive processing contribute towards emotional eating?

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Difficulties in emotion regulation and deficits in interoceptive awareness in moderate and severe obesity

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Interoceptive reliance as a major determinant of emotional eating in adult obesity

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