Johanna Mittermeier

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OBJECTIVE The role of breakfast energy in total daily energy intake is a matter of debate. Acute feeding experiments demonstrated that high breakfast energy leads to greater overall intake supported by cross-sectional data of a free-living population. On the other hand, a large intraindividual analysis has indicated that a high proportion of breakfast to(More)
BACKGROUND In normal weight subjects it is known that day-to-day energy intake (EI) can vary substantially while this question has not been examined in obese subjects. From acute feeding experiments one would assume that these perturbations are mainly due to differences in food energy density (ED). However, food quantity (FQ) during single meals, number of(More)
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