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Effect of different starch and dietary fiber levels on food and energy intake of one meal and subsequent meals in preschool children


, : Effect of different starch and dietary fiber levels on food and energy intake of one meal and subsequent meals in preschool children. Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutricion 44(1): 12-17

The effects of different levels of starch and dietary fibre of a meal on immediate food and energy intake (in the same meal time) and in the following meal (subsequent intake) were examined in preschool children. 50 children of both genders, with ages ranging from 24 to 48 months, and with normal nutritional status (weight/height index) according to NCHS standards were studied. Food intake was estimated by differential weighing and energy intake was calculated from proximal analysis.

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