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Carbohydrate, fat and satiety, a matter of time?

, : Carbohydrate, fat and satiety, a matter of time?. Cahiers de Nutrition et de Dietetique 36(5): 322-326

This report examines several issues concerning the effects of dietary fat and carbohydrate on satiation and satiety. Fat stimulate high intake of energy, both because of their high energy density and palatability. Short term satiety is equivalent after fat or carbohydrate. Both nutrient generate satiety signals through activation of intestinal receptors, fat stimulate cholecystokinine, whereas carbohydrate stimulate insulin. Long term satiety depends partly of leptin.


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