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1 The effect of Korean pine nut oil on in vitro CCK release, on appetite sensations and on gut hormones in post-menopausal overweight women
article 2008    
Author: Pasman, W.J. · Heimerikx, J. · Rubingh, C.M. · Berg, R. van den · O'Shea, M. · Gambelli, L. · Hendriks, H.F.J. · Einerhand, A.W.C. · Scott, C. · Keizer, H.G. · Mennen, L.I.
Keywords: Health · Physiological Sciences · Anorexigenic agent · Arachis oil · Cholecystokinin · Decanoic acid · Fatty acid · Gastrointestinal hormone · Ghrelin · Glucagon like peptide 1 · Korean pine nut oil · Linoleic acid · Linolenic acid · Oleic acid · Olive oil · Peptide YY · Placebo · Insulin · Triacylglycerol · Vegetable oil · Adult · Article · Cell culture · Cholecystokinin blood level · Clinical trial · Comparative study · Control group · Controlled clinical trial · Controlled study · Double blind procedure · Drug effect · Fat intake · Female · Food intake · Hormone release · Human · In vitro study · Obesity · Postmenopause · Randomized controlled trial · Statistical significance · Animal · Appetite · Area under the curve · Blood · Chemistry · Feeding behavior · Glucose blood level · Korea · Metabolism · Middle aged · Mouse · Nut · Pathophysiology · Physiology · Pine · Postprandial state · Psychophysiology · Secretion · Tumor cell line · Pinus koraiensis · Pinus pinea · Animals · Appetite · Area Under Curve · Blood Glucose · Cell Line, Tumor · Cholecystokinin · Fatty Acids · Feeding Behavior · Female · Gastrointestinal Hormones · Humans · Insulin · Korea · Mice · Middle Aged · Nuts · Overweight · Pinus · Plant Oils · Postmenopause · Postprandial Period · Satiety Response · Triglycerides · Healthy for Life · Healthy Living
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