Satiety Innovations

Food Products to Assist Consumers with Weight Loss, Evidence on the Role of Satiety in Healthy Eating: Overview and In Vitro Approximation

Rubén López-Nicolás, Massimo Marzorati, Lia Scarabottolo, Jason C G Halford, Alexandra M Johnstone, Carmen Frontela-Saseta, Angel M Sanmartín, Gaspar Ros-Berruezo, Joanne A Harrold

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Abstract

The prevalence of overweight and obesity is increasing globally, driven by the availability of energy-dense palatable foods. Most dietary strategies fail because of hunger generated by calorie restriction, and interventions that specifically control hunger and/or promote fullness may aid success. Current consumers have a limited choice of satiety-enhancing products with proven health benefits, and innovative ways to produce new foods (as structural modification) to enhance satiety/satiation may provide new opportunities. However, this potential is hindered by the cost of product testing. Within the SATIN-SATiety INnovation project-an in vitro platform has been developed to offer a cost-effective means of assessing the potential satiation/satiety effect of novel foods. This combines in vitro technologies to assess changes in colonic bacteria metabolism, appetite hormone release and the stability and bioavailability of active compounds in the new products/ingredients. This article provides a brief review of nutrients for which an impact on short-term appetite regulation has been demonstrated, and a summary of the changes to food structure which can be used to produce a change in appetite expression. Furthermore, the SATIN in vitro platform is discussed as a means of assessing the impact of nutritional and structural manipulations on appetite.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)97-105
Number of pages9
JournalCurrent Obesity Reports
Volume5
Issue number1
Early online date5 Feb 2016
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2016

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Weight Loss
Appetite
Food
Satiation
Hunger
Appetite Regulation
Costs and Cost Analysis
Insurance Benefits
Biological Availability
Obesity
Healthy Diet
In Vitro Techniques
Hormones
Technology
Bacteria

Keywords

  • satiation
  • satiety
  • obesity
  • food technology
  • in vitro platform
  • consumer acceptance

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Satiety Innovations : Food Products to Assist Consumers with Weight Loss, Evidence on the Role of Satiety in Healthy Eating: Overview and In Vitro Approximation. / López-Nicolás, Rubén; Marzorati, Massimo; Scarabottolo, Lia; Halford, Jason C G; Johnstone, Alexandra M; Frontela-Saseta, Carmen; Sanmartín, Angel M; Ros-Berruezo, Gaspar; Harrold, Joanne A.

In: Current Obesity Reports, Vol. 5, No. 1, 03.2016, p. 97-105.

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López-Nicolás, R, Marzorati, M, Scarabottolo, L, Halford, JCG, Johnstone, AM, Frontela-Saseta, C, Sanmartín, AM, Ros-Berruezo, G & Harrold, JA 2016, 'Satiety Innovations: Food Products to Assist Consumers with Weight Loss, Evidence on the Role of Satiety in Healthy Eating: Overview and In Vitro Approximation', Current Obesity Reports, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 97-105. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13679-016-0196-9
López-Nicolás, Rubén ; Marzorati, Massimo ; Scarabottolo, Lia ; Halford, Jason C G ; Johnstone, Alexandra M ; Frontela-Saseta, Carmen ; Sanmartín, Angel M ; Ros-Berruezo, Gaspar ; Harrold, Joanne A. / Satiety Innovations : Food Products to Assist Consumers with Weight Loss, Evidence on the Role of Satiety in Healthy Eating: Overview and In Vitro Approximation. In: Current Obesity Reports. 2016 ; Vol. 5, No. 1. pp. 97-105.
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