Effects of a high-protein meal (meat) and a high-carbohydrate meal (vegetarian) on satiety measured by automated computerized monitoring of subsequent food intake, motivation to eat and food preferences.

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URL: https://europepmc.org/abstract/med/2228407

Journal: International Journal of Obesity

Publication Date: 09/1990

Summary: 20 normal weight women were fed an isocaloric lunch that was either high protein or high carbohydrate. Their intake at dinner (4 hours later) was assessed. The women that ate the high protein meal ate 12% less at dinner.

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Higher protein lunches lead to greater satiety and thus less food consumption at dinner time.

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