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The effect of fast eating on the thermic effect of food in young Japanese women

Lifestyle Disease
Toyama K et al.
Used Parameters : PBF

Publication Year : 2015

Country : Japan

Journal : International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition

The relationship between eating speed and the thermic effect of food (TEF) remains unclear. We investigated the difference in the TEF when meals containing the same amount of energy were eaten in 5 min (fast eating) or 15 min (regular eating). Subjects were nine non-obese young women. Following a 350 kcal (1464 kJ) meal, energy expenditure and autonomic nervous system activity were measured. The frequency of mastication was also calculated. The TEF for the 15-min period after the start of eating with fast eating was …
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