Different types of soluble fermentable dietary fibre decrease food intake, body weight gain and adiposity in young adult male rats

@inproceedings{Adam2014DifferentTO,
  title={Different types of soluble fermentable dietary fibre decrease food intake, body weight gain and adiposity in young adult male rats},
  author={Clare L. Adam and Patricia A. Williams and Matthew J. Dalby and Karen E. Garden and Lynn M. Thomson and Anthony J Richardson and Silvia Wilson Gratz and Alexander W. Ross},
  booktitle={Nutrition & metabolism},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Dietary fibre-induced satiety offers a physiological approach to body weight regulation, yet there is lack of scientific evidence. This experiment quantified food intake, body weight and body composition responses to three different soluble fermentable dietary fibres in an animal model and explored underlying mechanisms of satiety signalling and… CONTINUE READING