Background: Breakfast skipping is a common dietary habit practiced
among adolescents and is strongly associated with obesity.
Objective: The objective was to examine whether a high-protein
(HP) compared with a normal-protein (NP) breakfast leads to daily
improvements in appetite, satiety, food motivation and reward, and
evening snacking in overweight or obese breakfast-skipping girls.
Design: A randomized crossover design was incorporated in which
20 girls [mean 6 SEM age: 19 6 1 y;...
Authors: Steve Douglas, Heather Hoertel, Heather Leidy, Laura Ortinau