Effects of twelve weeks of capsaicinoid supplementation on body composition, appetite and self-reported caloric intake in overweight individuals

@article{Urbina2017EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of twelve weeks of capsaicinoid supplementation on body composition, appetite and self-reported caloric intake in overweight individuals},
  author={Stacie L. Urbina and Michael D. Roberts and W. Kephart and K. Villa and Emily N. Santos and Alyssa Olivencia and Haley M. Bennett and M. Lara and Cliffa A. Foster and Martin Purpura and R. J{\"a}ger and L. Taylor and C. Wilborn},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2017},
  volume={113},
  pages={264-273}
}
  • Stacie L. Urbina, Michael D. Roberts, +10 authors C. Wilborn
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Appetite
  • We examined if 12 weeks of capsaicinoid (CAP) supplementation affected appetite, body composition and metabolic health markers. Seventy seven healthy male and female volunteers (30 ± 1 y, 171.2 ± 9.8 cm, 81.0 ± 2.2 kg, 27.5 ± 0.6 kg/m2) were randomly assigned to ingest either low-dose CAP (2 mg/d; L-CAP, n = 27), high-dose CAP (4 mg/d; H-CAP, n = 22) from Capsimax or placebo (corn starch; PLA, n = 28) for 12 weeks. At baseline (0 WK), 6 weeks (6 WK) and 12 weeks (12 WK) waist: hip ratio, body… CONTINUE READING
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