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Evidence for the satiating effect of dairy products was provided by Schneeman et al. (2003) in a randomized crossover feeding study of 24 healthy adults, test meals containing two-thirds of energy from both full fat and low-fat dairy products increased concentrations of cholecystokinin (CCK) more significantly than nondairy test meals. , 2003). Despite the fact that each of these proposed mechanisms may provide an insight into the action of dairy products on health, it is likely a complex interplay between all of these identified factors exists.

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