Sensory-specific satiety with simple foods in humans: no influence of BMI?

  title={Sensory-specific satiety with simple foods in humans: no influence of BMI?},
  author={L. Brondel and M. Romer and V. Wymelbeke and P. Walla and T. Jiang and L. Deecke and D. Rigaud},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  • L. Brondel, M. Romer, +4 authors D. Rigaud
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • International Journal of Obesity
  • Objective:Olfacto-gustatory sensory-specific satiety plays an important role in the termination of food ingestion. A defect in this mechanism, by increasing food intake, could be a factor in development of overweight. The present study was conducted to explore whether sensory-specific satiety in the overweight may be different from that in normal-weight subjects.Subjects:144 subjects (half men, half women; age range: 17–62 years; BMI range: 17–39 kg m−2).Measurements:Olfactory pleasure (OP) and… CONTINUE READING
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