Food structure seen as path to satiety

05/8/2013 | FoodNavigator

Research from NIZO Food Research and the Institute of Food Research indicates the structure of food can promote satiety by creating a sediment in the stomach. "By structuring foods in such a way that an early formation of a viscous sediment of the energy-rich part is promoted, initial stomach emptying is slowed down," said NIZO scientist George van Aken.

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