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Illness or disease as we have stated, starts with poor choices, we speak of obesity and how it relates to our choices. Your choices will determine Health or Disease. 

 

Our Alternative approach, in contrast to the modern medical pharmaceutical sickness industry approach, is a way of looking at things differently. Our approach is developing ways to incorporate nature and what's natural to the body for a new healing paradigm. In all of our lives, food has taken on emotional and social implications far beyond adequate nourishment.

 

Food is often what binds families and relationships together. The traditional weight loss strategy implies a temporary restriction of food intake, not a workable permanent lifestyle change, thus, diets are doomed to fail from the beginning.  Our strategy about health, weight and beauty, is science fact, not science fiction. Listen to our programs each Wednesday and determine for yourself.

Food is so important in our lives we bond with people over food. How many relationships and friendships have begun and solidified over dinner? Nearly everything in our lives is set up to revolve around food. Good news is celebrated with food, as is bad news mourned. This emotional attachment to food, no matter if you are an overeater, an anorexic, or perfectly healthy, is something that we cannot break because it is so much part of our lives. It is not necessarily something we SHOULD break!

Being overweight is an unhealthy and out of control attachment to food but by finding the balance, having our cake and eating it too so to speak, although a bad metaphor, can result in a significant weight loss without drugs and struggle.

 

The key to weight loss, therefore is a healthy lifelong way of eating, is to eat with your brain rather than your stomach and learn food intolerances. Extreme hunger does not allow you to make those crucial decisions; you cannot think clearly, it is as if you turn into some green monster that devours everything in sight, eating the wrong things in massive quantities.

 

Why do most weight loss diets fail?

The traditional weight loss strategy implies a temporary restriction of food intake, not a permanent change, thus it's doomed to fail from the beginning.

 

Diets create a rebound effect whereby the person after initial weight loss stops losing more and feeling deprived and disappointed, abandons the diet and gains back the lost weight. Furthermore, in most cases, the dieter gains more than what was lost to begin with.

 

Repeated attempts results in yo-yo dieting, with the person continually losing and gaining weight, slowing and devaluating the metabolism with each subsequent try. Most people blame their failure on their lack of willpower, but they need not be so hard on themselves.

 

Implementing the changes in your way of eating is not as difficult as it looks at first. Our weight loss program is not a punishment, nor an unpleasant means to an end, where you can’t wait to lose weight so you can eat your favorite foods again. You will not feel like you’re giving up your favorite but sometimes unhealthy foods, because you learn to replace them with healthy ones, which incidentally, are most often better tasting and more satisfying. As the days pass, you will start to feel better physically and mentally, without feeling hungry and deprived.

 

Would you like to change your unhealthy eating habits?

Reach your ideal body weight?

 

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Obesity is an excess of body fat. Anyone who is 20 percent over the norm for their age, build, and height, is considered obese. Those who are obese are more likely to experience kidney trouble, heart disease, liver disease, diabetes, high blood pressure complications of pregnancy, and psychological problems.

 

Balancing your hormones best (with our bioidentical hormone replacement therapy) and changing your nutrition and eating habits, not starving but eating correctly and regularly, so the system always feels contented, is important in balancing the ratio of lean muscle mass to fat in the body and reducing inches. When the body can remain satiated every day for at least 90 days, the past pleasure sensory memories can be reduced, which were often times the cause of the over eating. Obese people can sometimes associate happy memories with the process of eating. Food can become increasingly more important but increasingly more unfulfilling. When there is inadequate intake of supplements that contain all the essential nutrients, fat is not easily or adequately burned. You must feed the body correctly and regularly with a healthy diet, to maintain a health and metabolism.

Digestion is very important and begins in the mouth, when we chew and swallow. It is completed in the small intestine. The chemical process varies somewhat for different kinds of food. A drug can slow or reverse the process. The villi in the intestine are hair like membrane that can become covered with fermentation.

When starches are eaten, the signal is sent to the pancreas to provide alkaline or neutral gastric juices, such as “amylase” at an alkaline of about pH of 7.1 to 7.2. Conversely when proteins are eaten, the digestive system provides “acid” gastric juices, at a pH of approximately 3, for example. When protein is present, the signal is sent to the pancreas, to release more “protease enzymes”  to process the protein. When these food groups are eaten together, the gastric juices provided by each, cancel each other out, resulting in poor digestion and a disease state.

For example, an acid media is required for digestion of flesh foods and alkaline for milk.  If combining the two, the alkaline can neutralize the acid required for digesting the flesh foods. Therefore milk or dairy products would not be a wise choice to consume with your steak, poultry or other flesh meals.

Timing for consumption of foods is important. Having a salad with a protein for example, by eating the salad first, the hydrochloric acid needed, for digesting the protein is blocked. Digestion is better, if you eat the salad after the protein or while eating the protein as long as some of the protein was consumed first.

Digestion of fruit results in the release of an alkaline, which neutralizes the acid secretions needed for protein digestion. So it is not wise to consume fruit with meat. If foods like fruits, which are fast digesting, get held up in the digestive system longer than necessary, by being combined with foods that digest more slowly, fermentation takes place. Most of us can recall that gurgling feeling of our stomach after we have consumed certain foods. See food combination CHART below.

We would not want a non-acid, to be consumed in the morning for breakfast, because the body needs acid, to begin the energy process for the day. Motivation and enthusiasm that is necessary for the morning requires acid. Foods like Oatmeal with some blueberries or Whole grain, high fiber cereals are a wise choice in the morning.

Having coffee in the morning to spike the serotonin is not a wise choice due to the fact that Enthusiasm requires the acid side for energy, just as the day follows the night. For example when fruit is eaten as breakfast, it pushes the body back toward the alkaline pH, inhibiting digestion for future meals, in the stead of a more acid swing, required in the natural cycle. You can control you hunger urges with our AAC program; that's right Click here the review it!

Coffee acts as a temporary tranquilizer to the brain, leading to low energy and prompting the use of more stimulants such as coffee, tea, tobacco or refined carbohydrates to bring needed energy to the body for a short cycle that in turn, will leave you with lower energy at the end of the shot cycle.

The simplest rule of food combining is to eat foods, or combinations of foods, that have digested easily from our on experience. It is usually easy to digest foods from the same food group, or from two compatible food groups. Meals with Vegetables for example, should be eaten with protein and carbohydrate. Since the meat, or other flesh, requires the pancreas to manufacture the hardest to manufacture enzyme, it would be best, to consume all, are some of the flesh food, before the vegetables or carbohydrates. Since the pancreas will only manufacturer one enzyme type, at a time. The pancreas will take the path of least resistance and start manufacturing the easiest to produce enzyme, which is for the vegetables or carbohydrates if they are consumed first. 

The way you eat can affect how well you feel, your energy levels, and how well you digest on a daily basis. Below we have copied for you review, a food combinations chart in our opinion is the best order to eating.

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Another vital part of our food and critical to the weight management program are a class of chemicals we call our Rejuvenis vitamins; which are absorbed from the small intestine. There are two different types of vitamins, classified by the fluid in which they can be dissolved: “water-soluble” vitamins (all the B vitamins and vitamin C for example) and “fat-soluble” vitamins (vitamins A, D, and K). To have a successful weight management program we must measure their presence in the body and suggest what replenishment is required to the client.

The client receives the above education and shown that the lymphatic treatment is also vital for the weight management program. 

In order for the Anti-Aging Clinic to assist, in a client’s weight management and body contouring program, the body must first be analyzed utilizing impedance. This measurement provides:

1.   The ratio of lean body to fat

2.   The hydration level (Amount in liters of water in the body.

3.   The Basal Metabolic Rate. (Energy burned in a relaxed state)

With this as a comparative we can assist the client in loosing fat and increasing muscle to help decrease inches in the body.

A healthy life depends on the circulation of the lymphatic system. The lymph system is made up of lymph organs such as the spleen, the thymus, the tonsils, lymph nodes and lymph vessels. The lymph is all the fluid between the cells. It comprises 80 percent of our total body fluid, often referred to as the forgotten fluid.

This fluid flows freely between cells carrying away debris and waste when the system is healthy. The lymph nodes work as a filter, making sure only dead waste is transported out of the body including fat. The lymph nodes deactivate and kill living pathogens such as viruses, bacteria and parasites.

Since there is no pump for the lymphatic system It must rely solely on the good health habits of that person, to function properly. When there is health challenges including mental and physical stress, obesity from poor nutrition, lack of water intake and lack of consistent movement and exercise, the lymph system can get overloaded and become quite sluggish, thereby making our bodies tired, toxic and overweight.

After the lymph system has been worked with multiple treatments over time and a healthy system is present, the fluid flows from the nodes through the lymph vessels into the bloodstream. The blood then carries the lymph waste into the liver where it is taken out of the blood and removed. The dead red blood cells are carried into the spleen for extra iron storage. When the detoxification paths are properly working, illness has a much more difficult way to manifest; If there is a breakdown such as poor digestion, constipation, to mention a few, the body may start to be overtaxed with waste.  One way it will visibly manifest itself, is a word you may be familiar with Cellulite".

The technique for lymphatic drainage treatments utilizes high tech equipment. The client puts on a body suit made out of material similar to a woman’s stocking that prevents pinching.  A double roller head is maneuvered over the body and vacuum rolls a fold of skin into the head that gently stretches the tissue and restarts the flow of lymph.

The treatment feels like a deep massage.

The treatments are weekly and when taken in combination with the supplements, and proper food amounts and combinations, exercise and the body is reduced in size and the client remains feeling good. The program is much better than all of the diet programs you man have been involved with from the past.

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Weight Management: Obese persons must curb the appetite with our natural supplements. Obesity is an excess of body fat. Anyone who is 20 percent over the norm for their age, build, and height is considered obese. Those who are obese are more likely to experience kidney trouble, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure complications of pregnancy, and psychological problems.

 

Liver damage is also common in overweight persons. Some of the causes of obesity are glandular malfunctions, malnutrition, emotional tension, boredom, habit, and love of food. Obesity has been linked to food sensitivity/allergy. Changing your eating habits is important in balancing the ratio of lean muscle mass to fat in the body. When there is inadequate intake of all  the essential nutrients, fat is not easily or adequately burned.  Fiber plays a key roll, for information:


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ANTI-AGING CLINIC – MANDATES:

In order to address obesity, we must examine each of the following:

1.      Curbing the appetite.

2.      Increasing the fat metabolism.

3.      Improving your continuous motion exercise each day.

4.      Improving your state of mind.

5.      Providing proper nutrients to the body. >>, balanced is proper, not fast food seen here.

6.      Providing help at the cellular level.

Before we can examine number 1 above, we must first examine number 4. The “Satiety Center” of the brain receives neurochemical instructions from the adrenal and central nervous systems.  At the middle of the satiety center, is the hypothalamus, see the picture below. This control center is for all automatic regulatory activities of the body, regulating adrenal and thyroid metabolic function, managing all endocrine hormonal levels, organizing body metabolism, heart production and the control of body temperature. In today’s science it would appear that most everything concerning weight management, weight loss or weight control is related to the hypothalamus through  the concept of pleasure and satisfaction as they relate to:

1.      Feelings.

2.      Emotions.

3.      Moods.

4.      Hunger.

5.      Appetite.

6.      Quantity of food intake.

Neurons in the Hypothalamus produce a number of neurotransmitters, which relay information to all parts of the body. These directly influence the:

1.      Pituitary Gland (for Growth Hormone releasing).

2.      Thyroid hormone releasing factor and other neuropeptides.

 

The hypothalamus is involved with all 5 physiological stimulations: 

1.      Taste.

2.      Smell.

3.      Sight.

4.      Sound.

5.      Touch.

The hypothalamus must associate and discern from all the senses, an action produced from memory of an experience. That experience which is selected will most likely be from the pleasure and satisfaction memories. The experience stored in the memory that stimulates eating can be an extremely   deep satisfaction for very obese people.  Food becomes increasingly more important but increasingly more unfulfilling. This is due to the hypothalamus receiving the wrong neuro-signals resulting in an inaccurate integration of all the sensory input that are subtle but powerful, making us feel empty deprived and emotionally unsatisfied.  Age contributes to these mixed signals and weight gain becomes inevitable. 

 

The Clinic has a regimen of natural homeopathic supplements, which can help interfere with this mixed signal and create a feeling of satisfaction that includes a sense of confidence, happiness and optimism as well as to help in curbing your sugar craving. You still get the normal urges to eat but it may not be the over-whelming urges that could never be satisfied.  This is the first tool in our arsenal to help you win the battle against obesity, by helping you “Curb the appetite” and by “improving your state of mind”. Next we offer a nutritional printout of daily food intake that is formulated around weight loss of one pound per week. The foods you choose might include some of those contained in the Satiety food index (Shown Below) that could be incorporated in your nutritional printout the body composition report. There are certain foods, which will fight hunger longer than others as you will review in the charts provided.

 

You can begin to see that all six of the Clinic suggestions are necessary and become uniquely tied together.  “Increasing the fat metabolism”, begins with the stimulation of the lymphatic system through our treatments.

 

 At the same time we must discuss Acupuncture as it is applied by our affiliate and how we believe it can help the very obese to assist our weight management program.

 
                          IMPROVING MOTION

 

“Improving your continuous daily motion exercise” is an important factor in, increasing your metabolism.  Although strenuous exercise can improve strength and indeed help the metabolism, obese people often times are not able to exercise. But walking in a continuous fashion for a minimum of 30 minutes to a preferred 60 minutes per day can help increase the metabolism  and often times obese people are able to walk. See this link on movement exercise study;  and Exercise and Blood Sugar ; also see Nicole Niemiec study

 

The hydration of the body plays a vital roll in our metabolism and 3 liters per day is a good intake.

 

“Providing proper nutrients to the body” for nutritional purposes is important, as well as insuring that the metabolism functions properly. You can review the necessity of our multi-vitamin by going to the hyperlink Multi-Vitamin Spray .  Malnutrition from the lack of daily vitamin and mineral intake is an important factor in considering weight management. Digestion of food in the stomach as well as absorption when the digested food reaches the small intestine is also important in considering weight management and can be reviewed by going to the hyperlink Digestion  .  Detoxification of the liver plays an important roll in weight management, as toxins are commonly trapped.  That volume of toxins trapped in the liver increases with the Clinic lymphatic drainage stimulation procedures and detoxifiers become more critical. Additional information can be reviewed by going to the hyperlink Supplements  .

 

“Providing help at the cellular level” can be reviewed by going to the hyperlink Nujuvenis Max™.       It is important to note that the Anti-Aging Clinic mission statement is to help you be as young  inside and beautiful outside as you can be.
 

Nutrition Hunger and Satiety

What Really Satisfies

By Rick Mendosa

Susanne Holt, PhD, has developed the Satiety Index, a system to
measure different foods' ability to satisfy hunger. A fixed amount
(240 calories) of different foods was fed to participants who then
ranked their feelings of hunger every fifteen minutes and were
allowed to eat freely for the next two hours. Of all the foods tested,
potatoes were the most satisfying.

How full did that meal you just ate make you feel? Did it satisfy your hunger, or did it make you feel like you'll need a snack later?

 

Now a new tool is available to measure the hunger fighting power of certain foods and help with blood sugar control.

 

Studies by Australian researcher Dr. Susanne Holt and her associates at the University of Sydney have developed one of the most exciting diet concepts ever. Called, the "Satiety Index," Holt's tool ranks different foods on their ability to satisfy hunger.

 

Holt drew up the Satiety Index by feeding 240-calorie portions of 38 different foods to volunteers. The foods were served from under a hood to minimize the influence of appearance, and, if possible, they were served at the same temperature and in the same size chunks.

 

After eating, the volunteers told the scientists what their appetite ratings were, but they were not allowed anything else for the next two hours. Then, after two hours, they were then allowed to eat from a small buffet, where the scientists measured how much they nibbled from a variety of other foods. Their consumption was closely monitored, and every 15 minutes they were questioned about their hunger to see if their subjective impression of satisfaction matched their eating behavior.

 

Using white bread as the baseline of 100, 38 different foods were ranked. In other words, foods scoring higher than 100 are more satisfying than white bread and those under 100 are less satisfying.

 

What Really Satisfies?


Holt found that some foods, like croissants, are only half as satisfying as white bread, while boiled potatoes are more than three times as satisfying, easily the most satisfying food tested. But potatoes in a different form—French fries—did not score well. This type of information can have important implications for those wanting to lose weight.

 

The chemical components of a food is one of the factors that determines how it ranks on the index. "Beans and lentils, for example, contain anti-nutrients which delay their absorption so they make you feel full for longer," says Holt. "Roughly speaking, the more fiber, protein and water a food contains, the longer it will satisfy. But you have to look at each foodstuff individually—and that is why we think our index will be so useful."

 

Another thing that makes a food satisfying is its sheer bulk. "You can eat an awful lot of popcorn without taking in a lot of calories," says Holt. "It may not weigh much, but it makes your stomach feel full just because it takes up so much space. Oranges come out very high on the index for the same reason—but orange juice probably wouldn't, even though it has the same number of calories."

 

It is, in fact, the size, bulk and blandness of potatoes that may account for much of its high satiety. Their "portion weight was up to four times greater than the other foods [for the same caloric content]," Holt and her co-authors note in a paper published in the December 1996 issue of the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

 

As a group, fruits ranked at the top with a satiety index 1.7 times more satisfying, on average, than white bread. Carbohydrate-rich foods and protein-rich foods deter nibbling almost as well. Holt warns, however, that there are big differences between the satisfaction values of individual foods within the same group.

 

"You can't just say that vegetables are satisfying or that bakery products aren't, because there can be a two-fold difference between two similar foods," says Holt. "We found that bananas are much less satisfying than oranges or apples, and that whole meal bread is half again as satisfying as white bread [157 compared to 100 respectively]."

 

This too can be valuable information to the weight conscious. "A diet which simply recommends cereal for breakfast overlooks the fact that muesli is only half as satisfying as porridge [oatmeal]," she adds.

 

Some Surprises


In general, the more satisfying a food felt, the more effective it proved as a nibbling deterrent. But even here there were some surprises.

 

"Fatty foods are not satisfying, even though people expected them to be," says Holt. "We think the reason is that fat is seen by the body as a fuel which should be used only in emergencies—it stores it in the cells instead of breaking it down for immediate use. Because it doesn't recognize the fat as energy for immediate use, the body does not tell the brain to cut hunger signals, so we go on wanting more. Carbohydrates are the opposite—they raise blood glucose so the body knows it has gotten enough fuel."

Jellybeans also scored higher than expected. Volunteers fed jellybeans did not feel satisfied, yet they ate very little afterwards. This resulted in the sweets getting a satiety rating of 118—higher than that of muesli and yogurt and almost the same as white pasta.

 

"I suspect the reason that the jellybeans came out so well was that they made our volunteers feel slightly nauseous," says Holt. "We'll be doing some research on that one—if we can persuade people to act as volunteers!"

 

A Few Words of Advice


Holt is concerned that there may be some confusion in the interpretation of her study's findings. "The Satiety Index scores reflect the total amount of fullness produced by the set portions of the test foods over two hours—i.e. short-term satiety. Although most foods with high Satiety Index scores kept fullness relatively high for the whole two hours, there were a few exceptions," Holt notes.

 

"The fruits were served in very large portions, but fullness dropped off quickly towards the end of the second hour, reflecting the rapid rate of gastric emptying (oranges and apples and grapes are mainly sugar and water)," she adds.

 

"Many 'health-conscious' dieters," she continues, "will eat a meal based on several pieces of fruit and some rice cakes (in Australia anyway) and then wonder why they feel ravenous a few hours later. These kinds of extremely low-fat, high-carb meals do not keep hunger at bay because they are not based on slowly-digested carbs and probably don't contain enough protein. A dieter would be better off eating a wholesome salad sandwich on wholegrain bread with some lean protein like tuna or beef and an apple. This kind of meal can keep hunger at bay for a very long time."

What About Sugar-free Drinks?

Does drinking sugar-free beverages rather than those loaded with sugar help you cut down on the total amount of calories you take in during a typical day? Or do they just make you hungrier?

 

The answer, surprisingly, is neither. Researchers at the University of Sydney in Australia compared the effects of equal volumes of sugar-rich and sugar-free beverages on feelings of hunger and fullness and the free consumption of a palatable, fat-rich snack. Eleven healthy men drank equal amounts of sugar-rich cola, sugar-free cola, and mineral water in random order on separate mornings. Then, 20 minutes later they could snack on all the potato crisps they wanted for the next hour and one-half. Then they got a buffet-style lunch. All the while the researchers covertly recorded what the men ate, and at the end of the day they completed a weighed food diary.

 

Each drink initially decreased hunger to a similar degree. The potato crisp intake was not significantly different for the three drinks. The amount of calories in the crisps and lunch were also not significantly different.

 

"By the end of the day, total energy intakes were similar for the three test conditions," they concluded. "Therefore, the low-calorie/low-sugar drinks did not facilitate a reduced energy intake by the lean, non-dieting male subjects."


The Work Continues


Holt now works as a research scientist with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Australia's largest scientific research agency, and is continuing to develop the satiety index.

 

"We've just done a short study comparing the satisfying power of different breakfasts," she writes of her, as yet, unpublished work. "Two high-fat breakfasts of fried eggs and bacon and toast or croissants and jam were much less filling than two equal-calorie high-carb breakfasts which were either rapidly-digested (cornflakes with sugar and toast and jam) or slowly-digested (All-Bran with banana slices, toast and margarine)," she adds.

 

Holt is also interested in how foods affect mood and alertness. "The two high-carb breakfasts tended to improve alertness to a greater extent than the two high-fat breakfasts. Also, because the subjects were not completely satisfied by the two high-fat meals, they tended to be grumpy and a bit more aggressive/disappointed."

Additional studies of satiety among children are also being planned.

 

Clearly, future research is warranted and Holt hopes to do it. Eventually tables showing the ratio of satiety to energy will be developed as a tool in planning diets for weight loss or gain. This way we can minimize our hunger pangs and make it easier to stay on our diet programs.

 

The Satiety Index

For further information click here: More Info on Satiety foods

Each of the following foods is rated by how much food people ate after consuming them to satisfy their hunger. Tip: If you want to lose weight, avoid the LOWER numbers!

All are compared to white bread, ranked as "100"

Bakery Products

 

Carbohydrate-Rich Foods

Croissant

47%

 

White bread

100%

Cake

65%

 

French fries

116%

Doughnuts

68%

 

White pasta

119%

Cookies

120%

 

Brown Rice

132%

Crackers

127%

 

White rice

138%

Snacks and Confectionary

 

Grain bread

154%

Mars candy bar

70%

 

Whole meal bread

157%

Peanuts

84%

 

Brown pasta

188%

Yogurt

88%

 

Potatoes

323%

Crisps

91%

 

Protein-Rich Foods

Ice cream

96%

 

Lentils

133%

Jellybeans

118%

 

Cheese

146%

Popcorn

154%

 

Eggs

150%

Breakfast Cereals with Milk

 

Baked beans

168%

Muesli

100%

 

Beef

176%

Sustain

112%

 

Ling fish

225%

Special K

116%

 

Fruits

Cornflakes

118%

 

Bananas

118%

Honeysmacks

132%

 

Grapes

162%

All-Bran

151%

 

Apples

197%

Porridge/Oatmeal

209%

 

Oranges

202%

 

 

 

 

 

Table adapted from S.H.A. Holt, J.C. Brand Miller, P. Petocz, and E. Farmakalidis, "A Satiety Index of Common Foods," European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, September 1995, pages 675-690.

This article appeared in Diabetes Interview, May 1998, pages 1, 12-14. It was originally published in a different form on this Web site and subsequently in a somewhat edited form on John Walsh's site. The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer reprinted this article in its June 1, 1998, issue.

Bibliography for a portion of this page starting at: What Really Satisfies by Rick Mendosa:  The first portion of this page is under copyright protection by David Tippie.

·         Arnot, Robert. Dr. Bob Arnot's Revolutionary Weight Control Program. (New York: Little, Brown and Company, 1997), 305 pages. Probably the first weight control book to make use of the satiety index. See chapter 5, "Turn Off Hunger."

·         Holt, S.H., Miller, J.C., Petocz, P., Farmakalidis, E. (Department of Biochemistry, University of Sydney, Australia.) "A satiety index of common foods." European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 49, September 1995, pages 675-690.

·         Holt, S.H., Brand Miller, J.C., Petocz, P. (Department of Biochemistry, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia.) "Interrelationships among postprandial satiety, glucose and insulin responses and changes in subsequent food intake." European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 50, December 1996, pages 788-797.

·         Holt S.H.; Sandona N; Brand-Miller J.C. (Department of Biochemistry, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia) "The Effects of Sugar-free vs Sugar-rich Beverages on Feelings of Fullness and Subsequent Food Intake." International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition Volume 51, January 2000, pages 59-71.

 

 

 

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