Hormonal mechanisms have been linked to eating behaviour. Hormones are chemical messengers secreted by glands. These messengers are sent from one part of the body to affect cells in another part of the body. Hormones travel in the bloodstream and can have a wide range of effects on behaviour. Ghrelin and leptin are examples of hormones that are involved in the control of eating behaviour.

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