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Figure 2

From: Does eating slowly influence appetite and energy intake when water intake is controlled?

Figure 2

Visual analogue scale appetite ratings over time (mean ± SEM), from thirty women who consumed an identical ad libitum meal and 300mL of water under fast and slow eating conditions, in randomized order: A–Hunger; B–Desire-to-eat; C–Satiety; D-Thirst. Closed and open arrows represent meal completion for the fast (~8min) and slow (~26min) conditions, respectively. All appetite ratings, except thirst, showed a significantly time-by-condition interaction effect. AUC for hunger and desire-to-eat was significant different between conditions. * Means at given time points were significantly different between conditions (p < 0.006). # Desire-to-eat (p = 0.008) and satiety (p = 0.017) ratings were marginally significant different at 60min.

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