Protein-Rich Foods Make More of Breakfast

Interesting article on Protein-Rich Foods!

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New research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that eating a protein-rich breakfast reduces hunger, boosts satiety, and reduces brain responses involved with food cravings more than a typical breakfast that is lower in protein.1 Further, these responses were followed by a significant reduction in unhealthy evening snacking following the protein-rich breakfast only.1 The study, conducted at the University of Missouri, measured the effects of eating either a high-protein breakfast that included eggs and beef (containing 35 g of protein), a ready-to-eat cereal breakfast with less than half the protein (13 g of protein), but equal amount of calories (350 calories), or no breakfast for seven days, in overweight teenage girls who typically skip breakfast.1

Participants who consumed breakfast meals that included protein-rich eggs and beef, which contained 40% protein, 40% carbohydrate, and 20% fat, reported greater feelings of fullness compared with those who ate a cereal-based…

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