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    So the more you eat something that you like, the more of it that you need to eat in order to become satisfied... this rings a bell!

    BTW, I just had an epiphany. Instead of getting their hearts broken trying to search the PubMed Web site directly, they can use scholar.google.com instead. If only I had this when I was taking your class!

    For example, compare the results between the sites with the following search terms: protein intake nitrogen balance. PubMed returns fairly non-sensical results, IMO.
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    Darwin

    So the more you eat something that you like, the more of it that you need to eat in order to become satisfied... this rings a bell!

    BTW, I just had an epiphany. Instead of getting their hearts broken trying to search the PubMed Web site directly, they can use scholar.google.com instead. If only I had this when I was taking your class!

    For example, compare the results between the sites with the following search terms: "protein intake nitrogen balance." PubMed returns fairly non-sensical results, IMO.

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