Hidden fat facilitates passive overconsumption.

@article{Dongen2009HiddenFF,
  title={Hidden fat facilitates passive overconsumption.},
  author={Mirre Viskaal-van Dongen and Cees de Graaf and Els Siebelink and Frans J. Kok},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2009},
  volume={139 2},
  pages={
          394-9
        }
}
Food intake regulation may be disturbed when sensory signals from foods are disconnected from their metabolic properties. Consumption of high-fat, energy-dense foods may stimulate passive overconsumption, because these foods do not provide sensory signals in accordance with the actual nutrient content. We examined the effects of perception of fat on energy intake in adults after overfeeding (Study 1) and on energy intake during a meal (Study 2). In study 1, 57 participants consumed 6 mandatory… CONTINUE READING

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