Participants who took pomegranate extracts felt less hungry and had a lower desire to eat, and reported feeling fuller and more satisfied compared with those who did not, a study indicated. Researchers found that participants in the pomegranate group consumed 22% less food than those in the control group. The results are slated for presentation at the International Congress of Nutrition Conference in Spain.
Pomegranate intake may reduce hunger, boost satiety
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