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Nutrients. 2013 Dec 16;5(12):5097-113. doi: 10.3390/nu5125097.

Impact of breakfasts (with or without eggs) on body weight regulation and blood lipids in university students over a 14-week semester.

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Department of Nutrition and Food Science, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI 48202, USA. aa0987@wayne.edu.

Abstract

The effects of breakfast type on body weight and blood lipids were evaluated in university freshman. Seventy-three subjects were instructed to consume a breakfast with eggs (Egg Breakfast, EB, n = 39) or without (Non-Egg Breakfast, NEB, n = 34), five times/week for 14 weeks. Breakfast composition, anthropometric measurements and blood lipids were measured at multiple times. During the study, mean weight change was 1.6 ± 5.3 lbs (0.73 ± 2.41 kg), but there was no difference between groups. Both groups consumed similar calories for breakfast at all time-points. The EB group consumed significantly more calories at breakfast from protein, total fat and saturated fat, but significantly fewer calories from carbohydrate at every time-point. Cholesterol consumption at breakfast in the EB group was significantly higher than the NEB group at all time points. Breakfast food choices (other than eggs) were similar between groups. Blood lipids were similar between groups at all time points, indicating that the additional 400 mg/day of dietary cholesterol did not negatively impact blood lipids.

PMID:
24352089
PMCID:
PMC3875930
DOI:
10.3390/nu5125097
[Indexed for MEDLINE]
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