Consuming Beef vs. Soy Protein Has Little Effect on Appetite, Satiety, and Food Intake in Healthy Adults.

@article{Douglas2015ConsumingBV,
  title={Consuming Beef vs. Soy Protein Has Little Effect on Appetite, Satiety, and Food Intake in Healthy Adults.},
  author={Steve M Douglas and Tyler R Lasley and Heather J. Leidy},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2015},
  volume={145 5},
  pages={1010-6}
}
BACKGROUND Although protein-rich plant foods have recently been touted as an equivalent to animal products, limited data exist regarding the effects of animal vs. plant proteins on appetite, satiety, and subsequent food intake. OBJECTIVE The objective was to determine whether a high-protein beef lunch alters the appetitive, hormonal, and neural signals controlling food intake regulation vs. a macronutrient and fiber-matched (MF) or serving size-matched (SS) soy lunch in healthy adults… CONTINUE READING