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Can flavour enhancement modulate appetite and food intake in women?

Yin, Wenting; Fisk, Ian; Hewson, Louise; Linforth, Robert; Taylor, Moira

Authors

Wenting Yin

Ian Fisk

Louise Hewson

Robert Linforth

Moira Taylor



Abstract

Food flavour might be helpful for weight management by regulating appetite sensation and food intake. This chapter investigated whether the enhancement of flavour intensity or flavour complexity can modulate appetite sensation and food intake within a female sample. A single flavour modality, aroma or taste, seems to have no actual effect on appetite sensation and food intake. Sensory-specific satiety was developed for a flavour modality (sweet taste) after the consumption of a drink containing that flavour modality (sweet taste). An enhancement of flavour complexity due to multimodal interaction of two flavour modalities (aroma + taste) suppressed hunger sensation significantly but did not affect subsequent food intake.

Start Date Sep 18, 2017
Publication Date 2018
Journal Flavour Sci
Pages 269-274
Book Title Flavour Science: Proceedings of the XV Weurman Flavour Research Symposium
ISBN 9783851255935
APA6 Citation Yin, W., Fisk, I., Hewson, L., Linforth, R., & Taylor, M. (2018). Can flavour enhancement modulate appetite and food intake in women?. In Flavour Science: Proceedings of the XV Weurman Flavour Research Symposium, 269-274. doi:10.3217/978-3-85125-593-5-57
DOI https://doi.org/10.3217/978-3-85125-593-5-57
Related Public URLs http://diglib.tugraz.at/flavour-science-2018

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