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In a 2010, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group study researchers evaluated the effects of Satiereal for 8 weeks in 60 female volunteers, ages 25 to 45, who were mildly overweight (BMI 25-28; Average BMI of group = 26.8). Participants had similar levels of snacking in the placebo and Satiereal groups.
- Subjects took either Satiereal or placebo, taking 1 capsule (90 mg of Satiereal) at breakfast and 1 capsule at dinner. During the study, subjects reported all snacking events (unscheduled food consumption) in a daily nutrition diary. (Consuming soft drink beverages was not considered snacking.) Subjects’ caloric intake was left unrestricted throughout the investigation.
- A significant reduction of snacking was demonstrated with Satiereal from week 4 onward. At week 8 Satiereal significantly decreased snacking versus placebo. The Satiereal group decreased their snacking 2-fold by the end of the study.
- In each group, there were 16 identified “snackers”. The placebo group “snackers” snacked 23% less (per 2 weeks) by the end of the study, while the Satiereal group “snackers” snacked 51% less (per 2 weeks) by the end of the study.
- By the end of the study, 69% of the Satiereal group reported feeling less hungry before meals (versus 54% of the placebo group) and 70% of the Satiereal group reported that the product reduced their need for snacking between meals (versus 50% of the placebo group).
- Subjects in the Satiereal group felt significantly more alert and energetic than those in the placebo group. There appeared to be a trend towards decreased snacking related to mood, but the results were not statistically significant when compared to placebo.1