insulin-food intake

Through which mechanism does insulin affect food intake?

a. it enables the intestines to digest certain types of protein that they would not otherwise be able to digest

b. it increases the percentage of each meal that is stored as fats

c. it increases the sensitivity of the taste buds to sugars

d. it increases the preference for salty foods

I chose answer B. because after u eat a meal, it is stored to fat, but i wasn't sure if this was correct. Do you know the right answer?

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