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Eggs and satiety

This section explores the relationship between eggs and satiety. Food energy derived from protein appears to be more satiating than that from fat or carbohydrate. Eggs contain significant amounts of protein and have a low energy density. For more information on these topics together with referenced research, please visit the pages below.

Eggs and energy density

Further details on the low energy density of eggs, and how this contributes to satiety.

Research on eggs and satiety

Find out more about the emerging evidence from published studies that further demonstrate the relationship between eggs and satiety.

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Eggs and satiety