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A satiety index of common foods.

  title={A satiety index of common foods.},
  author={Susanna H. A. Holt and J. C. Miller and Peter Petocz and Efi Farmakalidis},
  journal={European journal of clinical nutrition},
  volume={49 9},
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to produce a validated satiety index of common foods. [] Key MethodDESIGN AND SUBJECTS Isoenergetic 1000 kJ (240 kcal) servings of 38 foods separated into six food categories (fruits, bakery products, snack foods, carbohydrate-rich foods, protein-rich foods, breakfast cereals) were fed to groups of 11-13 subjects. Satiety ratings were obtained every 15 min over 120 min after which subjects were free to eat ad libitum from a standard range of foods and drinks.

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