FAMILY HEALTH MATTERS

NEW BENEFITS OF THE HIGH PROTEIN BREAKFAST

It has long been established that sending your kids off to school with a low-fat, glycaemic response-controlled (low GI), protein-rich breakfast in their stomach is a smart move to avoid mid-morning droop and promote attention in class. New research says it may help them fight obesity too. Publishing their work in the journal Obesity, researchers from the University of Missouri (USA) Department of nutrition and Exercise Physiology showed that a protein-rich breakfast helped promote a long-term sense of fullness (satiety) and improved resistance against snacking. “Everyone knows that eating breakfast is important, but many people still don’t make it a priority” said corresponding author Heather Leidy. “These findings suggest that a protein-rich breakfast might be an effective strategy to improve appetite control and prevent overeating in young people.”(1)

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Reference:

(1) Leidy HJ, et al. Neural responses to visual food stimuli after a normal vs. higher protein breakfast in breakfast skipping teens: A pilot fMRI study. Obesity. 2011; doi.10.1038/oby.2011.108

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