Quantifying the imprecision of energy intake of humans to compensate for imposed energetic errors: A challenge to the physiological control of human food intake

@article{Levitsky2019QuantifyingTI,
  title={Quantifying the imprecision of energy intake of humans to compensate for imposed energetic errors: A challenge to the physiological control of human food intake},
  author={D. Levitsky and A. Sewall and Yingyi Zhong and Laura Barr{\'e} and C. Pacanowski},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2019},
  volume={133},
  pages={337-343}
}
  • D. Levitsky, A. Sewall, +2 authors C. Pacanowski
  • Published 2019
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Appetite
  • To assess the precision of the biological control of energy intake we performed a systematic review of studies that measured acute changes in human food intake in response to energetic errors. The imposed errors were grouped into the following categories of studies: alternate day fasting, changes in diet composition, exercise, meal skipping, overfeeding, energy substitutes, underfeeding and changes in portion size. Seven hundred thirty-nine studies published between 1980 and 2017 were… CONTINUE READING
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