+ Site Statistics
+ Resolve Accession
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
Submit PDF Full TextSubmit PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Effect of fat- and sucrose-containing foods on the size of eating episodes and energy intake in lean males: potential for causing overconsumption

, : Effect of fat- and sucrose-containing foods on the size of eating episodes and energy intake in lean males: potential for causing overconsumption. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 48(8): 547-555

Objective: This study compared the action of sucrose and fat-containing foods on the size of eating episodes (satiation) and postingestive energy intake (satiety). Design: The study was a 2 X 2 within-subjects design, each subject received each of four conditions in a counterbalanced order. Setting: The study was carried out in the Human Appetite and Nutrition Research Unit. Subjects: Eighteen normal-weight young male University students. Interventions: Subjects consumed a low (2238 kJ) or high (3962 kJ) energy lunch followed 2 h later by the opportunity to eat freely from an ad libitum selection of high fat, low sucrose or high sucrose, low fat snacks. Visual analogue rating scales to record subjective feelings of hunger, fullness and related sensations were completed periodically through the test day. Results: When offered a high sucrose, low fat selection of snacks subjects consumed less energy than when offered a high fat, low sucrose selection (P < 0.001). However postingestive satiety was similar. The energy intake of snacks consumed was also determined by hunger; the low energy lunch gave rise to a higher level of hunger and greater intake (P < 0.01). Energy intake for the total day was significantly more when high fat, low sucrose snacks were consumed (P < 0.001). Conclusions: These results have indicated that the size of an eating episode is influenced by the level of hunger and the nutrient composition of the foods consumed. High fat foods (probably due to higher energy density) lead to a passive overconsumption which generates a relatively weak satiety.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Order PDF Full Text


Click here to order any other PDF Full Text

Accession: 002355614

PMID: 7956999

PDF Full Text: Submit

Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:

Other references

Therrien, M. C.; Grant, W. F., 1984: Meiotic chromosome aberrations and quadrivalent formation in Lotus corniculatus over four generations after seed treatment with EMS. Seeds of L. corniculatus cv. Mirabel (2n = 4x = 24) were treated with 0.001, 0.01, 0.1 and 1.0% ethyl methanesulphonate (EMS). Effects of EMS on selfed, selectively crossed and open pollinated progenies were largely confined to the M1, though a si...

Sharma, M. L.; Tunny, J., 1978: Interaction of gypsum with Humofina and Krilium on the structural stability and water flow properties of soils. Laboratory experiments were carried out on the effect of adding solutions of gypsum, Humofina and Krilium to three soils. Combinations of gypsum with Humofina or Krilium were also tested. Structural stability and water flow properties were measure...

Lushchik A. V., 1984: Regionalization of Crimean and Transcarpathian seismic provinces based on ground water regimes. Razvedka i Okhrana Nedr 1984(05): 45-49

Greulich, Sabine; Bornette, Gudrun; Amoros, Claude, 2000: Persistence of a rare aquatic species along gradients of disturbance and sediment richness. This study examines the capacity of establishment of a rare aquatic macrophyte, Luronium natans, within plant communities and habitat types in which it does not occur spontaneously. The species, generally limited to disturbed or nutrient-poor habi...

Ruperti, R. M., 1983: Black education in transition. The criteria and content of the separate educational system for blacks in the Republic of South Africa are presented and the criticisms often made against them are discussed. After an account of the early stages of "Black" education, the...

Stamenkovic-Radak, M.; Milanovic, M.; Savic, T.; Andjelkovic, M., 2003: Adaptive significance of amylase polymorphism in Drosophila XIII. Old World obscura species subgroup divergence according to biochemical properties of alpha-amylase. Biochemical properties of enzyme alpha-amylase were surveyed in Drosophila obscura Old world group of species (D. subobscura, D. ambigua, D. obscura and D. tristis) sampled in the same habitat, with the aim to reveal some ecological and evolutiona...

Menezes, G.B.; Mansur, D.S.; McDonald, B.; Kubes, P.; Teixeira, M.M., 2012: Sensing sterile injury: opportunities for pharmacological control. Sterile injury can trigger an acute inflammatory response, which might be responsible for the pathogenesis of several diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, lung fibrosis and acute liver failure. A key event for the pathogenesis of these diseas...

Rai, Vinay-Kumar; Sharma, Uma-Devi, 1992: Amino acids can modulate ABA induced stomatal closure, stomatal resistance and potassium fluxes in Vicia faba L. leaves. Effects of L-amino acids on ABA induced stomatal closure, stomatal resistance (SR) and K+ fluxes in guard cells of V. faba levels have been studied. ABA at 10-6 M caused ca. 50% stomatal closure, doubled the SR values of the leaves and decreased t...

Agamuthu, P.; Broughton, W. J., 1986: Factors affecting the development of the rooting system in young oil palms (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.). Oil palms planted with leguminous cover crops yield more bunches than other planting regimes. One explanation is that legumes stimulate rooting in the developing palms, possibly as a result of their high N content and ability to protect the soil p...

Vasil'eva G.K.; Anan'eva N.D.; Sokolov M.S.; Mironenko E.V., 1983: Behavior of chloro anilines in aqueous medium. The behavior of chloranilines in the suspensions of meadow-chernozem soil was studied. Decomposition of the compounds occurs under the influence of microorganisms after a lag-phase and is accompanied by the liberation of .apprx. 60% of Cl-. Chlora...