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SATISFIT-LTG, Ingredient in Yoghurts and Smoothies can Help People Lose Weight

by Savitha C Muppala on August 22, 2012 at 11:26 PM
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 SATISFIT-LTG, Ingredient in Yoghurts and Smoothies can Help People Lose Weight

An anti-hunger additive, the latest version of methyl cellulose, is now being included in yoghurts and smoothies to assist people in losing weight.

The ingredient known as SATISFIT-LTG, is being developed as a slimming aid as it enables a feeling of fullness and satiety after eating.  

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 Dr Carsten Huettermann, from Dow Wollf Cellulosics in Bomlitz, Germany, said, "This ingredient would make people feel full after eating smaller amounts of food. With that sense of fullness and hunger-satisfaction, they would not crave more food.

This ingredient also reduced the calorie intake of volunteers by 13 per cent.



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