Study Title and Description
Increased satiety after intake of a chocolate milk drink compared with a carbonated beverage, but no difference in subsequent ad libitum lunch intake.
Key Questions Addressed
|1||What is the effect of sugars on health outcomes in intervention studies?|
Primary Publication Information
|Title||Increased satiety after intake of a chocolate milk drink compared with a carbonated beverage, but no difference in subsequent ad libitum lunch intake.|
|Author||Harper A., James A., Flint A., Astrup A.|
|Country||Department of Human Nutrition, Centre for Advanced Food Studies, the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Frederiksberg, Denmark. email@example.com|
Pubmed ID: 17313721
Secondary Publication Information
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Extraction Form: Sugar Evidence Map Intervention Studies
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|Question... Follow Up||Answer||Follow-up Answer|
|Study Design||Randomized Controlled Trial (crossover)|
|Funding Source||Arla Foods|
|Intervention (Exposure) Information||Sugar|
|Was there a washout period between interventions?||No|
|Comparator Information||chocolate milk|
|Baseline Health Status||healthy|
|Anthropometry at Baseline||kg/m2|
|Age ... Value||Mean ...||23|
|Was a power calculation performed?||Yes|
|Was the study blinded?||Unclear|
|What is the study population?||Adults|
Results & Comparisons
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