The high-fat phenotype: Is leptin involved in the adaptive response to a high fat (high energy) diet?

@article{Cooling1998TheHP,
  title={The high-fat phenotype: Is leptin involved in the adaptive response to a high fat (high energy) diet?},
  author={Joanne Cooling and J. Barth and J Blundell},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={1998},
  volume={22},
  pages={1132-1135}
}
OBJECTIVE: To investigate physiological differences which could influence the balance between energy expenditure and energy intake, between habitual high-fat (HF) and low-fat (LF) consumers and the potential for weight gain.SUBJECTS: Ten HF and nine LF consumers, all young, lean males (% energy from fat 45.4 and 31.8, respectively).MEASUREMENTS: Habitual dietary variables (from the food frequency questionnaire, FFQ), body mass index (BMI), % body fat (% BF, measured by impedance), fasting… CONTINUE READING
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