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Foods with High Viscosity (Thickness) May Potentially Increase Perceived Fullness and Reduce Calorie Intake - June 23, 2016 - Medical News Bulletin
 

Foods with High Viscosity (Thickness) May Potentially Increase Perceived Fullness and Reduce Calorie Intake - June 23, 2016 - Medical News Bulletin

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A recent study has shown that the calorie content of food is more important than the viscosity (thickness) in slowing the amount of time it takes for the food to leave the stomach. However, viscosity is more important than calorie content in increasing the perceived fullness, which may be useful in lowering calorie intake.
 
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29 Dec 2016 - General