Dose-dependent effects of alcohol on appetite and food intake

@article{Caton2004DosedependentEO,
  title={Dose-dependent effects of alcohol on appetite and food intake},
  author={Samantha J. Caton and Mary Catherine Ball and Amy L Ahern and Marion M. Hetherington},
  journal={Physiology \& Behavior},
  year={2004},
  volume={81},
  pages={51-58}
}
To examine the potential dose-response effect of alcohol on appetite and food intake, 12 males attended the laboratory on three occasions. On each occasion, they were given a standard breakfast, then lunch 3 h later, and dinner, 4 h after that. Thirty minutes before lunch, Ss received 330 ml of no-alcohol lager (263 kJ: no-alcohol condition), the same amount of lager spiked with 1 unit (1 UA: 8 g ethyl alcohol, 498.2 kJ) or 4 units of alcohol (4 UA: 32 g ethyl alcohol, 1203.8 kJ). Visual… Expand
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