Gastrointestinal adaptation to diets of differing fat composition in human volunteers.

@article{Cunningham1991GastrointestinalAT,
  title={Gastrointestinal adaptation to diets of differing fat composition in human volunteers.},
  author={K. M. Cunningham and Jeanine Daly and Michael Horowitz and Nicholas W. Read},
  journal={Gut},
  year={1991},
  volume={32 5},
  pages={483-6}
}
The effect of a low fat diet (9 MJ) v a high fat diet (19.26 MJ), each consumed separately for four and 14 days, on gastric emptying and mouth to caecum transit time of a high fat test meal and body weight and satiety were examined in groups of 10 and six normal male volunteers. The half time for gastric emptying (t1/2) and the mouth to caecum transit time of a high fat test meal was significantly faster after the high fat diet than the low fat diet when consumed for 14 days (t1/2=98 (80-116) v… CONTINUE READING