June 23, 2009
PERTH, Australia—Consumption of skim milk, in comparison with a fruit drink, leads to increased perceptions of satiety and to decreased energy intake at a subsequent meal, according to a new study published in the July issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Researchers in Australia studied 34 overweight men and women and found drinking fat-free milk in the morning increased satiety and led to decreased calorie intake at lunch, as compared with a fruit drink. The milk drinkers ate about 50 fewer calories at lunch.
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