Intake of fat and carbohydrate: role of energy density

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In this review, we consider two hypotheses which could explain why high-fat foods are overeaten. The first hypothesis is that fat is overeaten because it affects satiety and satiation less than carbohydrate. In several studies which have evaluated the effects of fat on satiety and satiation, fat differed little from carbohydrate when both the palatability… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.ejcn.1600757

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@article{Rolls1999IntakeOF, title={Intake of fat and carbohydrate: role of energy density}, author={B A Rolls and E Bell}, journal={European Journal of Clinical Nutrition}, year={1999}, volume={53}, pages={s166-s173} }