Experts warn: Don’t confuse satiation with satiety

FoodProcessing.com advises food processers to distinguish the subtleties between satiation, which refers to “the end of desire to eat after a meal” to satiety, “a physical feeling of fullness.” The article explores the question: What is the most effective strategy for satisfying hunger and preventing the overconsumption of calories that inevitably leads to obesity? The creation of new food products that enhance high-fiber and low-calorie diets, or utilize such staples as oatmeal or boiled potatoes may be one way of increasing satiety while reducing calories.

Oscar Sjogren

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