Untimely hunger pangs disrupt whole exercise regime making a person eat at odd hours. In order to solve the problem, a group of researchers has developed an anti-hunger powder to give freedom from those unwanted hunger pangs.
The product has been developed by Dow Wolff Cellulosics, which can be mixed in curds, shakes and smoothies. Carsten Huettermann, researchers from Dow Wolff, was of the view that their test results revealed that people, who consumed the product had consumed 13% less calories.
“With a sense of fullness and hunger-satisfaction, people would not crave more food. In our first study, we saw that fewer calories were consumed at the following meal”, said Huettermann.
The study findings have also been presented at the American Chemical Society. The findings were being presented by Huettermann, who affirmed that SATISFIT-LTG has been used as a binding compound to reduce the hunger pangs of a person.
While explaining about the compound, Huettermann said that the compound when mixed with water turns itself into a gel consistency. The consistency does not allow the food to get digested quickly by small intestine, which helps in controlling the hunger pangs. Further trials will be needed to prove the safety of the product.
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