Yellow Pea Fractions and Short-term Food Intake, Subjective Appetite and Glycemic Response
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It is hypothesized that yellow pea protein and fiber will reduce short-term food intake, subjective appetite and glycemic response.
Condition or disease
ObesityType II Diabetes MellitusMetabolic Syndrome
Dietary Supplement: yellow pea proteinOther: yellow pea fiberDietary Supplement: Control
A within-subject, randomized study was conducted. Each subject returned 5 times, 1 week apart, and received 1 of the 5 treatments per week. The 5 treatments were tomato soup with 10 or 20 g of isolated yellow pea fibre or protein, or a control soup with no added pea fractions. Food intake was measured at an ad libitum pizza meal served 2 hours after treatment. Satiety and blood glucose (via finger prick) were measured throughout the treatment period.
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