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Contact: Christian Basi
University of Missouri-Columbia

High-Protein Breakfast

Caption: The consumption of the high-protein breakfast led to increased fullness or "satiety" along with reductions in brain activity that is responsible for controlling food cravings.

Credit: University of Missouri

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