Get a pizza this: nutrition study demonstrates one-off overindulgences are well tolerated

Written by Caitlin Killen

pizza nutrition study

A new nutrition study that examined the impact of individuals eating more pizza than ‘kneaded’ to feel full suggests that the body is adept at coping with the odd calorie splurge. A team of researchers from the Centre for Nutrition, Exercise and Metabolism at the University of Bath (UK) have found that occasionally eating past being comfortably full conferred no immediate adverse metabolic effects. The study investigated the outcomes of 14 healthy young men (aged 22–37) after they were asked to consume as much pizza as possible, meaning they ate pizza until they couldn’t face another bite. On average, the...

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