satiety


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satiety

(sā-tī′ĕt-ē) [L. satietas, enough]
Being full to satisfaction, esp. with food.
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The average person is finished eating well before his satiety signals kick in, thus counteracting any possibility that his hormones can help him.
"We've done masses of studies on fat and satiety," says Barbara Rolls, professor of nutrition at Pennsylvania State University, where she has authored four books and written about 60 medical journal articles on human food intake.
Furthermore, the study found participants across all three groups saying that the vegan meal increased satiety, or feelings of after-meal satisfaction.
Satiety related to 24 h diet-induced thermogenesis during high protein/carbohydrate vs high fat diets measured in a respiration chamber.
A plan of that in the menu which implements the above rule will also bring in satiety and an effective nutrition.
Objective: "The SATIN project has been devised to develop food products produced by novel food processing that control satiety through modification of food structure.
The satiety power of oatmeal are likely due to its high levels of soluble fiber, which essentially forms a gel in your stomach to slow down digestion and keep you feeling full for a longer period.
Studies show this proprietary extract helps the body modulate levels of ghrelin arid the satiety hormones CCK, GLP-1 and PYY.
Some of the hormones needed to send the satiety signals to the brain are released by your chomping.
Murine studies have demonstrated that fructose ingestion produces lower increases in circulating satiety hormones than glucose.
Scientists with Dow Wolff Cellulosics GmbH believe that this is the first use of methyl cellulose as a satiety ingredient in foods.