Recent Study Shows Appetite Control Ingredient Works

Oct. 15, 2009

Results of a recent study with DSM's Fabuless will come as welcome news to manufacturers eager to meet the demand for effective weight management products.

Fabuless, a patent-protect emulsion, combines oat and palm oils, both naturally occurring dietary lipids. The emulsion promotes 'appetite satisfied' signalling to the brain, which can enhance satiety and reduce hunger pangs. This may help to delay and overcome food cravings.

DSM research confirms the mechanism of Fabuless' mode of action and adds to the growing body of evidence supporting the product's clinically proven efficacy.

The controlled, double-blind, cross-over-designed study investigated the effects of Fabuless on a group of men aged 20-59, with healthy body mass index.

Fabuless was shown to prolong food passage time from mouth to large intestine by 45 minutes, a statistically significant increase, demonstrating its potential to stimulate natural appetite control mechanisms.

Fabuless can be consumed on its own or as the key ingredient in a variety of applications including milk, yogurt, meal replacement drinks and dietary supplements.

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