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Scientists Will Test Satiety Effect Of Melanoidins Baked Into Bread

September 21, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Italian scientists are preparing to launch a study to determine whether undigestible fiber-like compounds found in coffee and bread crust can reduce appetite by providing a feeling of fullness. The scientists will develop bread enriched with melanoidins and test them against other kinds of bread in a clinical trial to see whether they impact satiety. Fifteen volunteers will eat the experimental breads and fill out satiety questionnaires. Blood tests will then be performed to determine satiety gene expression.
"Italy : Checking Melanoidins Satiating Efficiency Through Evaluation of Human Gut-Brain Response to Novel-Bread Ingestion", TendersInfo, September 21, 2012, © Euclid Infotech (P). Ltd
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