A review of the evidence surrounding the effects of breakfast consumption on mechanisms of weight management
posted by Research Admin on 13 September 2018
In this review, the authors provide a comprehensive examination of intervention-based clinical trials that test whether breakfast consumption improves appetite control and satiety as well as energy expenditure compared with skipping breakfast. They consider factors including the composition of breakfast, meal size and form, and habitual breakfast behaviors.
The review findings include positive to neutral support for the inclusion of breakfast for improvements in appetite control, satiety, and postprandial energy expenditure.
To read the full abstract and for information on how to access the full text, go to: https://doi.org/10.1093/advances/nmy047 or contact your DHB library, or organisational or local library for assistance.
Gwin, J.A.; Leidy, H.J. (2018). A review of the evidence surrounding the effects of breakfast consumption on mechanisms of weight management. Advances in Nutrition, 10 September.