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- Keller, Kathleen L.; Olsen, Annemarie; Cravener, Terri L.; Bloom, Rachel; Chung, Wendy K.; Deng, Liyong; Lanzano, Patricia; Meyermann, Karol
- Appetite 2014 v.77 pp. 115-123
- pizza, etc ; analysis of variance; body mass index; body weight; cakes; children; cookies; energy intake; food groups; genotype; genotyping; linear models; lipids; meat; nationalities and ethnic groups; overeating; phenotype; propylthiouracil; saliva; savory; screening; sweets; taste; taste receptors; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Previous studies show that children who are sensitive to the bitter taste of 6-n-propylthiouracil (PROP) report more frequent intake of sweets and less frequent intake of meats (savory fats) relative to children who are PROP insensitive. Laboratory studies are needed to confirm these findings. In this study, seventy-nine 4- to 6-year-olds from diverse ethnicities attended four laboratory sessions, ...
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