Dietary fat and the control of energy intake: evaluating the effects of fat on meal size and postmeal satiety.

@article{Blundell1993DietaryFA,
  title={Dietary fat and the control of energy intake: evaluating the effects of fat on meal size and postmeal satiety.},
  author={John Blundell and Victoria J Burley and Jacqui R Cotton and C. L. Lawton},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1993},
  volume={57 5 Suppl},
  pages={772S-777S; discussion 777S-778S}
}
Three separate experiments in lean subjects confirmed that a 1.52-MJ (362-kcal) carbohydrate supplement at breakfast suppressed appetite 90 min later but had no effect on a test meal given after 270 min. A 1.52-MJ (362-kcal) fat supplement produced no detectable action on measures of appetite at any time point. Therefore, fat and carbohydrate do not have identical effects on the appetite profile. In a further study in obese subjects, a novel experimental design was used to assess the satiating… CONTINUE READING

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