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Effects of chronic ingestion of sugar-sweetened drinks on feeding behavior in obesity-prone and obesity-resistant mice

Abstract : Consumption of soft drinks has increased markedly in the past two to three decades, and this could explain partly the prevalence of obesity in developed countries. There are different mechanisms by which soft drinks may promote obesity, such as increased caloric intake, appetite stimulation, decreased satiety signals or adverse metabolic effects. However, there is just few studies examining the effects of sugar-sweetened drinks consumption on body weight and body fat mass, and these reports have conflicting results. The objective of this study was to understand the consequences of chronic sugar-sweetened water consumption on a model of mice sensitive to obesity (Obesity-Prone/Obesity-Resistant mice).
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Simon Benoit. Effects of chronic ingestion of sugar-sweetened drinks on feeding behavior in obesity-prone and obesity-resistant mice. Sciences agricoles. 2013. ⟨dumas-00965667⟩

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