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Obese as likely as lean women to feel full on low energy density meals

nergy density, the number of calories per ounce, as well as the fat content."

Information on the energy density of foods and how to lower the ratio of calories to the weight of food in meals can be found in the best selling book, "Volumetrics," co-authored by Rolls. Now available in hardback, the paperback version will be out in December. "Volumetrics" is available wherever books are sold.

Volumetrics, based on Rolls' research program, outlines, in layman's language, how and why feeling full depends on eating a satisfying amount of food. It details how foods high in water, such as broth-based soups or foods rich in fruits and vegetables, as well as foods puffed-up with air, can aid weight management. In addition, it contains information that can help individuals learn how to stop eating when they're no longer hungry, make smart choices during social meals and eat normal portions.


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Contact: Barbara Hale
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