Protein-enriched fiber vegan meal promote satiety and suppress food intake in rats.

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Protein-enriched fiber vegan meal promote satiety and suppress food intake in rats.

Food Sci Nutr. 2020 Jun;8(6):2780-2788

Authors: Wang X, Zhou QL, Yang Y, Wei YL, Wei W, Bi HX, Li D, Jiang SL

Abstract
Dietary preferences were closely associated with the pathogenesis of numbers of metabolic disorders, in particularly, obesity. Dietary fiber was shown to be capable of preventing weight gain and excessive food intake mainly through stimulating chewing and saliva secretion, and promote satiety signals. In this study, we characterized the “Vitamin World? Vegan Meal” Formula of Feihe, a novel protein-enriched fiber dietary supplement contained potato protease inhibitor II (PI2) that developed. And we demonstrated that this particular fiber formula was effective in preventing weight gain, increasing satiety signals, and reducing food intake in rats in a dosage-dependent manner. Our study provides lines of evidence and would further bolster the use of this nutritious vegan meal in regulating satiety and food intake in clinics.

PMID: 32566195 [PubMed]

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