Reanalysis of the data published in Appleton and Blundell 2007

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Description: This work will contribute evidence towards further understanding of the role of sweet taste exposure on subsequent intakes of other sweet foods. The work is a reanalysis of an existing data set, where sweet drinks and non-sweet drinks were repeatedly consumed, and energy intakes were subsequently assessed using a number of test meals and snack periods where sweet and non-sweet foods were provided.

License: CC-By Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International

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  • Program Area:  Low-Calorie Sweeteners

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