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Satiety/energy balance

No association between consumption of eggs with energy or macronutrient intake: Objective evidence from the remote food photography method 02/02/2021

Dhanasekara, C.S., Dawson, J.A., Martin, C.K., Dhurandhar, N.V., 15 January 2021, Diabetes Metab Syndr., https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dsx.2021.01.010  Abstract Background and aims: Greater egg...

A positive effect of egg consumption on macular pigment and healthy vision: a systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical trials 02/02/2021

Sikaroudi, M.K., Saraf-Bank, S., Clayton, Z.S., Soltani, S., 24 January 2021, J Sci Food Agric., https://doi.org/10.1002/jsfa.11109. Abstract Background: Increasing macular pigment optical density (...

British eggs: Back on the menu for all 13/02/2018

Abstract This article updates the latest guidance and research on the suitability of eggs as a good source of nutrition for particular population groups. This follows the publication of two important...

The effects of the combination of egg and fiber on appetite, glycemic response and food intake in normal weight adults - a randomized, controlled, crossover trial. 01/06/2016

Abstract This study evaluated appetite and glycemic effects of egg-based breakfasts, containing high and moderate protein (30 g protein and 20 g protein +7 g fiber, respectively) compared to a low-...

Comparison of the satiating properties of egg- versus cereal grain-based breakfasts for appetite and energy intake control in children 01/01/2016

Background Few studies exist that have systematically examined the role of protein, and egg protein in particular, in appetite and energy intake regulation in children. Objective The aim of this...

Get stuffed: Super-filling food satisfies your hunger for longer 17/06/2015

THE steaming plate of fish balls in tomato sauce looks and smells appetising enough, but I hesitate to tuck in, and not just because it's 10 in the morning. These processed balls are no ordinary food...

A High-Protein Breakfast Prevents Body Fat Gain, Through Reductions in Daily Intake and Hunger, in “Breakfast Skipping” Adolescents 21/05/2015

Objective: The purpose of this study was to examine whether the daily consumption of normal-protein (NP) vs. high-protein (HP) breakfast meals improves appetite control, food intake, and body...

Choice of protein- and carbohydrate-rich foods may have big effects on long-term weight gain 09/04/2015

Background Dietary guidelines recommend interchanging protein foods (e.g., chicken for red meat), but they may be exchanged for carbohydrate-rich foods varying in quality [glycemic load (GL)]....

The satiating effects of eggs or cottage cheese are similar in healthy subjects despite differences in postprandial kinetics. 12/03/2015

Abstract Studies have reported a better satiating effect of eggs when compared with common cereal-based breakfasts, an effect that can be attributed to their macronutrient composition. Our aim was to...

A randomized, controlled, crossover trial to assess the acute appetitive and metabolic effects of sausage and egg-based convenience breakfast meals in overweight premenopausal women 10/02/2015

Background Dietary protein at breakfast has been shown to enhance satiety and reduce subsequent energy intake more so than carbohydrate or fat. However, relatively few studies have assessed...