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58 young women who were of normal weight or slightly overweight attended an eating clinic. They were given either three Zotrim tablets or placebo tablets made of lactose fifteen minutes before a fixed calorie breakfast and again before an ad-libitum lunch consisting of twelve high and low fat savoury and sweet foods. Food intake (gram and calories) and food choice were carefully monitored. Hunger and desire to eat were monitored by visual analogue scales.

“Robust results which help explain the weight loss results in previous research”.

Investigator: Dr Halford
Published: 34th British Feeding and Drinking Group Meeting – 25th March 2010

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