TITLE

Short-term Satiety of High Protein Formula on Obese Subjects: A Pilot Study

AUTHOR(S)
Pertiwi, Kamalita; Susana; Kurniati, Astri
PUB. DATE
July 2012
SOURCE
International Proceedings of Chemical, Biological & Environmenta;2012, Vol. 39, p42
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Protein is considered to be the most satiating macronutrients. Therefore, three nutritional formulas differed in protein contribution to energy were developed to assess the satiating properties of higher protein content using subjective satiety ratings in obese subjects. Subjects received breakfast, either balanced protein formula (12.4%E), moderate protein formula (23.5%E), or high protein formula (40.6%E) in a randomized, single-blind design. To assess short-term satiety, subjective satiety ratings using VAS and energy intake at ad libitum lunch was measured. In this pilot study, high and moderate protein formula showed the tendency to be higher in inducing satiety than balanced protein formula. It was found that desire to eat at 15 min was significantly lower after high protein formula than balanced protein formula (P<0.05). But, the higher satiety ratings produced by high protein formula were not large enough to induce a reduction in energy intake at ad libitum lunch.
ACCESSION #
83362743

 

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