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Effect of fat reduction on appetite and food intake


, : Effect of fat reduction on appetite and food intake. Voeding 53(2): 45-49

The problem of excess weight due to positive energy balance, eating behaviour, food intake and studies by the author, short- and long-term, on dietary fat and eating behaviour are examined. Satiety was highest for protein and least for fat. Addition of fat to a meal, or its removal, hardly affected satiety. In a crossover experiment 12 healthy nonobese men had, to appetite during 3-week periods, a diet high or low in fat. With low-fat diet, energy intake and body weight were less.


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