著作: Tatano Hiroshi/Yamanaka-Okumura Hisami/Zhou Bei/Adachi Chisaki/Kawakami Yuka/Katayama Takafumi/Masuda Masashi/Takeda Eiji/[竹谷 豊]/Association of habitual high-fat intake and desire for protein and sweet food./[The Journal of Medical Investigation : JMI]
(英) Association of habitual high-fat intake and desire for protein and sweet food.
(英) Reducing dietary calorie density (CD) is useful in body weight management. This study investigates the association between dietary habits and preferences for different CDs. We conducted a randomized crossover study of 232 healthy subjects who consumed packed lunch boxes containing a control, high-meat and low-rice, low-vegetable, medium-fat and low-vegetable, high-fat, and high-fat and low-vegetable meals over six sessions. The subjective levels of sensory properties were assessed over time using a visual analog scale and the area under the curve. Subjects were assessed for dietary habits using a brief-type self-administered diet history questionnaire (BDHQ) and were divided into two groups based on a daily fat energy ratio ≥ 25% (high fat [HF], n=116) and < 25% (normal, n=116) that was matched for age, body mass index, and sex ratio. Our findings indicate that the desire for sweetness was higher in the HF group than in the normal group, regardless of the meals consumed. Particularly, among the 500-kcal low-CD meals, a high-protein meal provided greater fullness and satisfaction and lower prospective consumption in the HF group than in the normal group. Therefore, our study demonstrates that postprandial appetite sensation is associated with dietary habits of fat intake. J. Med. Invest. 63: 241-247, August, 2016.
The Journal of Medical Investigation : JMI([徳島大学.医学部])
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