Fat Emulsion Intragastric Stability and Droplet Size Modulate Gastrointestinal Responses and Subsequent Food Intake in Young Adults1234

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Hussein, Mahamoud O; Hoad, Caroline L; Wright, Jeff; Singh, Gulzar; Stephenson, Mary C; Cox, Eleanor F; Placidi, Elisa; Pritchard, Susan E; Costigan, Carolyn; Ribeiro, Henelyta; Ciampi, Elisabetta; Nandi, Asish; Hedges, Nick; Sanderson, Paul; Peters, Harry PF; Rayment, Pip; Spiller, Robin C; Gowland, Penny A; Marciani, Luca;
(2015)
  • Publisher: American Society for Nutrition
  • Journal: The Journal of Nutrition, volume 145, issue 6, pages 1,170-1,177 (issn: 0022-3166, eissn: 1541-6100)
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  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC4442113, doi: 10.3945/jn.114.204339
  • Subject: magnetic resonance imaging | Nutrient Physiology, Metabolism, and Nutrient-Nutrient Interactions | stomach | small bowel | physical form of food | lipid | food intake
    mesheuropmc: digestive, oral, and skin physiology

Background: Intragastric creaming and droplet size of fat emulsions may affect intragastric behavior and gastrointestinal and satiety responses. Objectives: We tested the hypotheses that gastrointestinal physiologic responses and satiety will be increased by an increase... View more
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