High protein weight loss diets

Their impact on satiety and intestinal health

Silvia W. Gratz*, Wendy R. Russell, Alexandra M. Johnstone

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

Protein is an essential macronutrient in the human diet. In addition to providing essential amino acids to the body, protein has also been linked to inducing the feeling of fullness and satiety. Different sources of protein are traditionally used in the human diet and offer varying amino acid composition. This chapter will summarize work on the implications of the amount and type of protein in the diet to promote the control of hunger and fullness (satiety). Furthermore, evidence regarding the short-term implications of high protein diets on colonic microbiota, fermentation and ultimately intestinal health is presented.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProtein Diets: Nutritional Sources, Health Benefits and Intake Recommendations
EditorsMeaghan Hudson
PublisherNova Science Publishers Inc
Pages31-50
Number of pages20
ISBN (Electronic)9781634635264
ISBN (Print)9781634634984
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2015

Publication series

NameNutrition and diet research progress

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Reducing Diet
satiety
weight loss
high protein diet
body protein
Health
Diet
hunger
essential amino acids
amino acid composition
diet
protein sources
dietary protein
Proteins
proteins
fermentation
microorganisms
Hunger
Essential Amino Acids
Microbiota

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Agricultural and Biological Sciences(all)

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Gratz, S. W., Russell, W. R., & Johnstone, A. M. (2015). High protein weight loss diets: Their impact on satiety and intestinal health. In M. Hudson (Ed.), Protein Diets: Nutritional Sources, Health Benefits and Intake Recommendations (pp. 31-50). (Nutrition and diet research progress). Nova Science Publishers Inc.

High protein weight loss diets : Their impact on satiety and intestinal health. / Gratz, Silvia W.; Russell, Wendy R.; Johnstone, Alexandra M.

Protein Diets: Nutritional Sources, Health Benefits and Intake Recommendations. ed. / Meaghan Hudson. Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2015. p. 31-50 (Nutrition and diet research progress).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Gratz, SW, Russell, WR & Johnstone, AM 2015, High protein weight loss diets: Their impact on satiety and intestinal health. in M Hudson (ed.), Protein Diets: Nutritional Sources, Health Benefits and Intake Recommendations. Nutrition and diet research progress, Nova Science Publishers Inc, pp. 31-50.
Gratz SW, Russell WR, Johnstone AM. High protein weight loss diets: Their impact on satiety and intestinal health. In Hudson M, editor, Protein Diets: Nutritional Sources, Health Benefits and Intake Recommendations. Nova Science Publishers Inc. 2015. p. 31-50. (Nutrition and diet research progress).
Gratz, Silvia W. ; Russell, Wendy R. ; Johnstone, Alexandra M. / High protein weight loss diets : Their impact on satiety and intestinal health. Protein Diets: Nutritional Sources, Health Benefits and Intake Recommendations. editor / Meaghan Hudson. Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2015. pp. 31-50 (Nutrition and diet research progress).
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