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Impact of carbohydrates, fat and energy density on energy intake

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People on low-fat, low-energy-density diets have lower ad libitum energy intake than that of those on high-fat, high-energy-density diets.

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Fig. 1: The effect of plant-based low-fat diets versus animal-based low-carbohydrate diets on ad libitum food and energy intake, metabolic responses and body composition.

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Stubbs, R.J. Impact of carbohydrates, fat and energy density on energy intake. Nat Med 27, 200–201 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-021-01241-9

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