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Sweet taste reactivity and satiety

Sweet taste reactivity and satiety

Nutrition Research 17(9): 1417-1425

In this investigation the effect of different levels of satiety and food intake on sweet taste reactivity was studied. Two foods differing in nutrient composition and satiating power were used. Sweet taste reactivity was determined by means of a triangular test, using glucose as the stimulus. This study shows that, immediately after eating, sweet taste reactivity depends on the levels of the satiety reached and is correlated to the sensation of satiety, fullness and desire to eat. Furthermore, the food determining the highest change in the sweet taste reactivity is the more satiating.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0271-5317(97)00133-4

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