Thermic effect of a meal. 1. Methodology and variation in normal young adults.

@article{Piers1992ThermicEO,
  title={Thermic effect of a meal. 1. Methodology and variation in normal young adults.},
  author={Leonard Sunil Piers and Mario J Soares and T Makan and Prakash S Shetty},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={1992},
  volume={67 2},
  pages={165-75}
}
The variation in the thermic effect of a meal (TEM) was investigated in two groups of five subjects following a standard test meal. Results demonstrated a 50% lower response over 6 h, in the same subjects, when measured intermittently (protocol 2) as compared with a continuous measurement (protocol 1). The variation in TEM among occasions (measured on three occasions in each subject) was large (coefficient of variation (CV) 18.7%, P less than 0.02). However, the post-meal total energy output… CONTINUE READING

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