Whey Proteins in the Regulation of Food Intake and Satiety

@article{Luhovyy2007WheyPI,
  title={Whey Proteins in the Regulation of Food Intake and Satiety},
  author={Bohdan L. Luhovyy and Tina Akhavan and G Harvey Anderson},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Nutrition},
  year={2007},
  volume={26},
  pages={704S - 712S}
}
Whey protein has potential as a functional food component to contribute to the regulation of body weight by providing satiety signals that affect both short-term and long-term food intake regulation. Because whey is an inexpensive source of high nutritional quality protein, the utilization of whey as a physiologically functional food ingredient for weight management is of current interest. At present, the role of individual whey proteins and peptides in contributing to food intake regulation… Expand
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