Australian researchers studied fourteen people who ate a control meal and three diﬀerent cereals with diﬀerent levels of oat beta glucan. They then collected blood samples for four hours after each meal, and found a signiﬁcant dose response between higher levels of oat beta glucan and higher levels of Peptide Y-Y, a hormone associated with appetite control.
Nutrition Research, October 2009; 29(10):705-9
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