Study: High-protein breakfast prolongs satiety, reduces food cravings

05/20/2011 | United Press International · eMaxHealth.com

Participants who ate a high-protein breakfast for three weeks had improved satiety and reduced brain signals that trigger reward-eating behavior, a study in Obesity found. Experts said the findings suggest a high-protein breakfast might address overeating and increased food cravings in young individuals.

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