Greater appetite control associated with an increased frequency of eating in lean males.

@article{Speechly1999GreaterAC,
  title={Greater appetite control associated with an increased frequency of eating in lean males.},
  author={D P Speechly and Rochelle Buffenstein},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={1999},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={285-97}
}
Eight healthy males of age 22.9+/-4.2 years (mean+/-SD) and body weight 73.26+/-11.50 kg, with BMI of 23.11+/-2.84 kg/m(2)underwent two different eating meal frequency patterns on 2 separate days. On both days they were fed approximately 33.3% of their average daily energy requirements as a breakfast pre-load meal: served either as a single meal (SINGLE) or divided into five equal portions (served hourly) (MULTI). Five and a half hours after the initial meal, an ad libitum meal was served… CONTINUE READING
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