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How may refined carbohydrates affect satiety and mood?

By Richard Hammersley, Marie Reid and Maresa Duffy

Abstract

Effects of refined carbohydrates on satiety and mood remain controversial. After a brief review of findings, some conceptual distinctions underlying mood and satiety\ud are discussed; the physiological processes, cognitive processes and behaviours involved all need to be considered. From recent research on emotion and mood, a\ud two-stage model is described of the psychological processes that mediate betweencarbohydrate ingestion, mood rating and food intake. This involves rapid non-conscious appraisal and slower cognitive appraisal. It is concluded that the effects of carbohydrates on subjective state and eating behaviour are fragile and liable to alter as a function of the prior state of an individual and the setting of ingestion

Topics: RM
Publisher: Blackwell
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eresearch.qmu.ac.uk:241
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