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As per available reports about 10 Relevant Journals, 10 Conferences, 27 Workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Fullness Factor and about 740 Open Access Articles are being published on Fullness Factor.

For years, researchers have been studying satiety, the reduction in hunger that is accompanied by a pleasant feeling of fullness after eating.Though there are many factors that affect satiety and they vary from person to person the type of food consumed may be one of the biggest factors. Foods that have a higher weight and volume, regardless of how many calories they contain, have a greater fullness factor. Nutrients that positively impact fullness include protein, fibre and water. People who want to lose weight without going hungry should choose low-calorie nutrient-dense foods. For example, a cup of steel-cut oatmeal will cause more fullness with much fewer calories than a croissant.

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Being in the know about the "fullness factor" can help you stick to your meal plan and avoid excess eating, while choosing from a variety of satisfying and healthful foods. For years, researchers have been studying satiety, the reduction in hunger that is accompanied by a pleasant feeling of fullness after eating. Though there are many factors that affect satiety and they vary from person to person the type of food consumed may be one of the biggest factors. Foods that have a higher weight and volume, regardless of how many calories they contain, have a greater fullness factor. With the increasing knowledge about nutrition and fullness factor people are getting more concerned about their health and diet more researcher are trying to work on the nutritional level of foods and spreading awareness about the right choice of food at right timings. 

Those who are trying to lose weight are often concerned that dieting will make them feel hungry. In fact, hunger is one of the biggest obstacles to losing weight. Dieters find themselves in a vicious cycle of cutting calories or carbs and experiencing extreme hunger, which is then followed by binging and splurging on foods that are off the diet. This leads to what is known as yo-yo dieting, poor morale and weight gain. Many people ask how they can eat less and lose weight without experiencing that hunger. Being in the know about the fullness factor can help you stick to your meal plan and avoid excess eating, while choosing from a variety of satisfying and healthful foods. For years, researchers have been studying satiety, the reduction in hunger that is accompanied by a pleasant feeling of fullness after eating. Though there are many factors that affect satiety and they vary from person to person - the type of food consumed may be one of the biggest factors. Foods that have a higher weight and volume, regardless of how many calories they contain, have a greater fullness factor. Nutrients that positively impact fullness include protein, fiber and water. People who want to lose weight without going hungry should choose low-calorie nutrient-dense foods. For example, a cup of steel-cut oatmeal will cause more fullness with much fewer calories than a croissant. Foods with fullness factor include fish, vegetables, whole grains, beans, eggs, apples etc. Compiling data from a number of studies, researchers have come up with a formula that calculates the "satiety index" of different foods, given the calorie, protein, fiber, and fat content of each. With those calculations, the team then ranked common foods based on how satisfying they are per calorie. Some of the biggest satiety stars were pretty predictable, like lentils, apples, popcorn, and potatoes. But, oranges, grapes, and bean sprouts also took high honors, probably because they contain so few calories per unit. Even more surprisingly, many foods we commonly think of as filling (most notably brown rice and nuts) scored low satiety index numbers. The Fullness Factor system is conceptually similar to the Glycemic Index, which measures the effect of certain foods on your blood sugar. But, while the Glycemic Index only applies to carbohydrates, the Fullness Factor can be calculated for any food you can think of, as long as you have its protein, fat, fiber, and calorie counts. As a group, fruits ranked at the top with a satiety index 1.7 times more satisfying, on average, than white bread. Carbohydrate-rich foods and protein-rich foods deter nibbling almost as well. Holt warns, however, that there are big differences between the satisfaction values of individual foods within the same group.

Market Analysis:

The fullness factor is a prediction of satiety from the nutrient content of a food or recipe. Fullness factor values are within the range of 0 to 5. Foods with a higher fullness factor are more likely to satisfy hunger more effectively with fewer calories than those foods with low fullness factor. Less people are aware about the fullness factor and their pros and cons. Those who are trying to lose weight are often concerned that dieting will make them feel hungry. In fact, hunger is one of the biggest obstacles to losing weight. The awareness about the reverse effect of dieting and the choice of low- calorie nutrient dense food which gives more fullness must be bought in the knowledge of the society.

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List of Related Societies:

1. International Association for Cereal Chemistry
2. Society of Chemistry and the Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food
3. The Vegetarian Society
4. Society of Animal Science
5. Nigerian Society for Animal Production
6. Brazilian Society of Animal Husbandry
7. Humane Society of the United States
8. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
9. European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism
10. Entomological Society of America
11. Federation of European Biochemical Societies
12. American Society for Clinical Nutrition
13. Society of Chemical Industry
14. The Nutrition Society
15. International Society of Sports Nutrition
16. The Biochemical Society
17. Bionutrient Food Association
18. Royal Society
19. Agriculture, Food & Human Values Society
20. Society of Chemistry and the Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food

List of Related Companies:

1. Unilever
2. Unipro
3. Nutrilite Products Inc.
4. MLO Sports Nutrition
5. NABISCO Biscuits Co
6. Corn Products Befining Company
7. Nanjing Yurun Food CO LTD
8. Pharma Sweet Company
9. Nestle (CH)
10. Kaplan Inc.
11. Hershey Foods
12. Cadbury
13. Cargill Juice Beverage
14. Heinz
15. Well’s Dairy Inc.
16. Chicago Tofu
17. Beatrice Creamery Company
18. Dixie Egg
19. Almarai Company
20. Danone

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