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Satiety

Our evidence-based analysis on satiety features 11 unique references to scientific papers.

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Frequently Asked Questions and Articles on Satiety

Propionate – your ally against overeating?
When you eat food, it results in a complex interplay between the food's components, our gut microbiome, and our gut and brain's response. It turns out that a type of fatty acid resulting from this process may help reduce appetite.
Does eating a higher carb diet make you more full?
A study compared real-life high-carb diet versus a high-fat diet and found that a high-carb diet kept you more full (satiated).
Do MCTs or CLA help with appetite reduction?
A recent study investigated if taking MCT or CLA as supplements helped decrease your appetite.
Can food have negative calories?
‘Negative calorie’ foods (foods that have fewer calories than your body expends to digest them) likely don't exist. However, food typically thought of as ‘negative calorie’ are often low in total calories and high in fiber and water content — so their regular consumption may aid in weight loss.
Is sugar more filling than HFCS?
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