Journal of Japanese Society for Mastication Science and Health Promotion
Online ISSN : 1884-4448
Print ISSN : 0917-8090
ISSN-L : 0917-8090
Responses of diet induced thermogenesis involved in mastication of different boiled rice
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2000 Volume 9 Issue 2 Pages 65-71


This study examined the effects of unmastication, mastication during same material and deferent hardness feedings (boiled rises), before, following and during the 50 min post experiment recovery period on the energy expenditure, heart rate, temperature of arm pit and tympanum, respiratory exchange rate responses in this experiments.
These results suggests that the mastication of boiled rices increase the heart rate and energy expenditure but cannot find deferent hardness of boiled rices masticated. However this calculated data indicate that taking normal boiled rise to mastication is effective concerning to DIT and RER, taking hard boiled rice to mastication take effective to necessary exchange from carbohydrate to energy expenditure, as well as DIT upkeep highly (body mass loss), it is undesirable to swallowing food without mastication.

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