Independent effects of palatability and within-meal pauses on intake and appetite ratings in human volunteers.

@article{Yeomans1997IndependentEO,
  title={Independent effects of palatability and within-meal pauses on intake and appetite ratings in human volunteers.},
  author={Martin R. Yeomans and Richard W. Gray and Corey J. Mitchell and Susan True},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={1997},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={61-76}
}
The effects of the introduction of timed pauses within meals and palatability on food intake and changes in rated appetite during a meal were assessed in three experiments in which volunteers ate a lunch of pasta with a tomato sauce. Eating was monitored using a disguised electronic balance attached to a micro-computer, which also allowed the introduction of timed pauses within meals. In the first experiment, 16 subjects were tested with both a bland and palatable food (with 0.27% oregano… CONTINUE READING

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In the second experiment , nine subjects ate the palatable food with no pauses within meals , with 30-second pauses with appetite ratings or with 30-second pauses in a non - appetite task .
The effects of the introduction of timed pauses within meals and palatability on food intake and changes in rated appetite during a meal were assessed in three experiments in which volunteers ate a lunch of pasta with a tomato sauce .
The effects of the introduction of timed pauses within meals and palatability on food intake and changes in rated appetite during a meal were assessed in three experiments in which volunteers ate a lunch of pasta with a tomato sauce .
The effects of the introduction of timed pauses within meals and palatability on food intake and changes in rated appetite during a meal were assessed in three experiments in which volunteers ate a lunch of pasta with a tomato sauce .
These data confirm previous work which suggests that palatability exerts its effect by stimulating appetite and eating rate , but also suggest that the introduction of pauses within meals enhances intake as well , contradicting the idea that pausing within meals should reduce intake by allowing more time for post - ingestive satiety to develop .
These data confirm previous work which suggests that palatability exerts its effect by stimulating appetite and eating rate , but also suggest that the introduction of pauses within meals enhances intake as well , contradicting the idea that pausing within meals should reduce intake by allowing more time for post - ingestive satiety to develop .
These data confirm previous work which suggests that palatability exerts its effect by stimulating appetite and eating rate , but also suggest that the introduction of pauses within meals enhances intake as well , contradicting the idea that pausing within meals should reduce intake by allowing more time for post - ingestive satiety to develop .
In the second experiment , nine subjects ate the palatable food with no pauses within meals , with 30-second pauses with appetite ratings or with 30-second pauses in a non - appetite task .
The effects of the introduction of timed pauses within meals and palatability on food intake and changes in rated appetite during a meal were assessed in three experiments in which volunteers ate a lunch of pasta with a tomato sauce .
These data confirm previous work which suggests that palatability exerts its effect by stimulating appetite and eating rate , but also suggest that the introduction of pauses within meals enhances intake as well , contradicting the idea that pausing within meals should reduce intake by allowing more time for post - ingestive satiety to develop .
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