Study: Oatmeal boosts satiety, reduces hunger compared with cereal

05/6/2013 | FoodBusinessNews.net (free registration)

Participants who ate oatmeal for breakfast consumed 85 fewer calories at lunch, reported feeling fuller and were less likely to choose high-fat items for lunch compared with those who ate ready-to-eat cereal, a study showed. The beta-glucan in oatmeal may be influencing appetite by deferring the gastric emptying or through other means within the intestinal tract, researchers reported at the Experimental Biology 2013.

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