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Adéquation entre rassasiement attendu et prise alimentaire chez l'Homme : application à un univers de desserts sucrés

Abstract : Obesity currently represents a health issue that many societies, including developing countries, have to tackle. As obesity stems from intakes that are higher than expenses, food intake (FI) is nowadays at stake. Brunstrom’ studies underline the fact that cognitive factors such as expected satiation (ES) may have an influence on FI. Unfortunately those studies did not compared ES with FI. Here 55 participants were asked to evaluate ES in a range of 8 sweet desserts, then to consume ad libitum 2 of those. No significant difference was observed between ES and FI ; furthermore both ES and FI are significantly correlated, and ES is a significant predictor of FI. Importantly data suggest that volume impacts FI. These findings suggest a higher importance for cognition in the control of FI.
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Étienne Guillocheau. Adéquation entre rassasiement attendu et prise alimentaire chez l'Homme : application à un univers de desserts sucrés. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2015. ⟨dumas-01296600⟩

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