Whey suppresses appetite

If you have become obsessed with the constant feeling of hunger during weight loss attempts, try including whey protein shakes in your diet. This will potentially help reduce your food cravings. At least this follows from a study by scientists from the University of Milan, published this year.

Research on the effect of Whey on the feeling of satiety
Researchers gave 8 young and obese women a cocktail in 2 different cases. In one case, this cocktail contained 43 grams of maltodextrin, in another 45 grams of Whey.

After the subjects drank the Whey cocktail, their hunger decreased more and their feeling of satiety increased more than after the women drank the maltodextrin cocktail. Please note that the graphs below show that the maximum effect was recorded after 60 minutes. Many who use whey protein on a diet claim its weak satiating effects based on the nearest time after intake-5-15 minutes, which is not enough to show the most pronounced changes in hunger and satiety.

Comparison of the action of Whey amino acids with maltodextrin

Whey led to a higher rise in the level of the saturation hormone GLP-1 in the blood than maltodextrin. The Whey had the same effect on PYY, a different saturation hormone, but this effect was less pronounced.

The Whey cocktail caused a significant increase in the amount of amino acids in the blood.

Then the researchers separately studied the content of amino acids in the blood of the subjects. They found that the amino acids leucine, isoleucine, valine, lysine, phenylalanine, methionine, Proline, and tyrosine correlated with reduced hunger, increased satiety, and increased GLP-1 levels. Italians suspect that these amino acids stimulate receptors in the l-cells of the small intestine.

Conclusion: whey protein amino acids contribute to a long-lasting sense of satiety
"Eight specific amino acids (leucine, isoleucine, valine, lysine, phenylalanine, methionine, Proline, and tyrosine) are implicated in the effects of appetite suppression and GLP-1 stimulation produced by Whey proteins, which are most likely caused by their binding to nutrient-sensitive receptors expressed by L-cells in the gastrointestinal wall," the Italians write.

"The long-term feeling of satiety caused by whey proteins and the effectiveness of a Supplement with these amino acids (i.e., in the form of a nutraceutical intervention) added during weight loss programs may deserve to be studied in future studies."

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