The pre-registration of the Restructure trial is now open, you can find all the details at https://clinicaltrials.gov/study/NCT06113146
Participant recruitment has started and currently screening prospective participants to start in January.
New study from RESTRUCTURE suggests consumption of hard textured foods can reduce daily energy intake of UPFs.
Marlou Lasschuijt, an Assistant Professor in the Sensory Science and Eating Behavior group at Wageningen University, along with project partners, has recently released a new study titled “Speed Limits: The Effects of Industrial Food Processing and Food Texture on Read more
While traditional dietary guidelines have focused on nutrient composition, recent studies have shifted emphasis away from nutrients to consider the effect of food processing on energy intake and body weight. Some countries have proposed guidelines to avoid highly Read more
To read full editorial by RESTRUCTURE project partner Ciarán G. Forde: https://doi.org/10.1111/nbu.12623
The current issue of Nutrition Bulletin discusses the topic of ultra-processed foods (UPF) based on a roundtable discussion held at the British Nutrition Foundation. The article emphasizes Read more
New study from RESTRUCTURE demonstrates how the eating rate of a dish can be predicted from that of its components
Ever wondered why it takes longer to eat some meals instead of others? For years researchers have known that eating faster promotes increased energy intake, but can we change people’s eating behaviours using the sensory properties of the foods Read more
Interrelations between food form, texture, and matrix influence energy intake and metabolic responses
Nutrition often focuses on food composition, yet differences in food form, texture, and matrix influence energy intake and metabolism. This review outlines how these food attributes impact oral processing, energy intake, and metabolism.
Details of the study
This review Read more