Sweetness , Satiation , and Satiety 1 – 3

@inproceedings{Bellisle2012SweetnessS,
  title={Sweetness , Satiation , and Satiety 1 – 3},
  author={France Bellisle and A Drewnowski and G Harvey Anderson and Margriet Westerterp-Plantenga and Corby K. Martin},
  year={2012}
}
Satiation and satiety are central concepts in the understanding of appetite control and both have to do with the inhibition of eating. Satiation occurs during an eating episode and brings it to an end. Satiety starts after the end of eating and prevents further eating before the return of hunger. Enhancing satiation and satiety derived from foodstuffs was perceived as a means to facilitate weight control. Many studies have examined the various sensory, cognitive, postingestive, and… CONTINUE READING
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