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Nutr Rev. 1998 Dec;56(12):347-53.

Energy density, palatability, and satiety: implications for weight control.

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University of Washington, Seattle 98195, USA.

Abstract

High energy density tends to be associated with high palatability, and vice versa. As a rule, energy-dense foods are palatable but not satiating, whereas foods with low energy density are more satiating but less palatable. Low-energy-density foods are typically those that contain the most water and the least fat. Reducing energy density while maintaining palatability is a continuing challenge to the food industry.

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