Many people take thick or creamy drinks to replace eating solid foods in the hope of feeling satisfied and reducing calorie intake. For some it is a means of taking in fewer calories to lose weight, but previous studies have shown that common beverages like coffee, soda and other fluids do not suppress the appetite the same way as solid food with the same amount of calories. Keri McCrickerd, a PhD student at the University of Sussex in Brighton, England, and colleagues found modifying the texture and creaminess of a fruit yogurt drink could increase a person’s expectations that the […]Continue reading Thick Drinks Can Make You Feel Full Says Research
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