Optimising beverages for satiety: the role of sensory characteristics, expectations and nutrient content

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McCrickerd, Keri;
(2014)
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Regularly consuming caloric beverages has been linked to obesity and weight gain and evidence suggests this is because beverages have a weak impact on satiety responses (behavioural and physiological). Using a series of experimental studies this thesis explored the cogn... View more
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