Whey Protein Reduces Appetite Better Than Soy Protein

Adding a high protein component to a meal reduces appetite and cuts food intake. An Iranian study found that feeding 65 grams of whey protein 30 minutes before a main meal was more effective than feeding 60 grams of soy protein for decreasing appetite, total caloric intake, body mass index and waist circumference. The study showed that protein feeding before meals triggered a substantial change in feeding patterns and body composition, and whey protein was more effective than soy protein. (Nutrition Research, 34: 856-861, 2014)

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