Food reward in active compared to inactive men: Roles for gastric emptying and body fat
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|Title:||Food reward in active compared to inactive men: Roles for gastric emptying and body fat||Authors:||Horner, Katy M.
Byrne, Nuala M.
King, Neil A.
|Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/9682||Date:||1-Jun-2016||Online since:||2019-03-26T09:50:16Z||Abstract:||Habitual exercise could contribute to weight management by altering processes of food reward via the gut-brain axis. We investigated hedonic processes of food reward in active and inactive men and characterised relationships with gastric emptying and body fat. Forty-four men (active: n = 22; inactive: n = 22, BMI range 21-36 kg/m2; percent fat mass range 9-42%) were studied. Participants were provided with a standardised fixed breakfast and an ad libitum lunch meal 5 h later. Explicit liking, implicit wanting and preference among high-fat, low-fat, sweet and savoury food items were assessed immediately post-breakfast (fed state) and again pre-lunch (hungry state) using the Leeds Food Preference Questionnaire. Gastric emptying was assessed by 13C-octanoic acid breath test. Active individuals exhibited a lower liking for foods overall and a greater implicit wanting for low-fat savoury foods in the fed state, compared to inactive men. Differences in the fed state remained significant after adjusting for percent fat mass. Active men also had a greater increase in liking for savoury foods in the interval between breakfast and lunch. Faster gastric emptying was associated with liking for savoury foods and with an increase in liking for savoury foods in the postprandial interval. In contrast, greater implicit wanting for high-fat foods was associated with slower gastric emptying. These associations were independent of each other, activity status and body fat. In conclusion, active and inactive men differ in processes of food reward. The rate of gastric emptying may play a role in the association between physical activity status and food reward, via the gut-brain axis.||Type of material:||Journal Article||Publisher:||Elsevier||Journal:||Physiology and Behavior||Volume:||160||Start page:||43||End page:||49||Copyright (published version):||2016 Elsevier||Keywords:||Weight management; Gut-brain axis; Gastric emptying; Photic stimulation; Food reward; Food preferences; Physical activity||DOI:||10.1016/j.physbeh.2016.04.009||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Peer reviewed|
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