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Article: Resting metabolic rate and thermic effects of a sucrose-sweetened soft drink during the menstrual cycle in young Chinese women

TitleResting metabolic rate and thermic effects of a sucrose-sweetened soft drink during the menstrual cycle in young Chinese women
Authors
KeywordsChinese women
Menstrual cycle
Resting metabolic rate
Sucrose
Thermic effect of food
Issue Date1999
PublisherN R C Research Press. The Journal's web site is located at http://pubs.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/cgi-bin/rp/rp2_desc_e?cjpp
Citation
Canadian Journal Of Physiology And Pharmacology, 1999, v. 77 n. 7, p. 544-550 How to Cite?
AbstractThe resting metabolic rate (RMR) and thermic effects (TEF) of a sucrose- sweetened soft drink in a group (n = 19) of ovulating young Chinese women were determined by indirect calorimetry in the midfollicular and midluteal phases of the menstrual cycle. Urinary luteinizing hormone surge was used to confirm ovulation. The RMR was measured twice in each phase and found to be similar (F(1,18) = 0.863) across the follicular (5018 kJ/24 h) and the luteal (5098 kJ/24 h) phases. Within each phase and on separate days, subjects were given water (280 mL) or sucrose-sweetened soft drink (539 kJ). Soft drink, but not water, consumption increased energy expenditure over a period of 45 min. Compared with the follicular phase, a small but significant increase in TEF (kJ/45 min) was observed in the luteal phase (t = 2.434, p < 0.05). Energy expenditure after drinking the soft drink, however, was similar in the two phases. RMR was positively correlated with TEF (r = 0.613, p < 0.01) and net TEF (r = 0.648, p < 0.005) in the luteal but not the follicular phase. In ovulating women, the thermic effect of sucrose is influenced by the phase of the menstrual cycle.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/42263
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dc.contributor.authorLui, SSHen_HK
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dc.description.abstractThe resting metabolic rate (RMR) and thermic effects (TEF) of a sucrose- sweetened soft drink in a group (n = 19) of ovulating young Chinese women were determined by indirect calorimetry in the midfollicular and midluteal phases of the menstrual cycle. Urinary luteinizing hormone surge was used to confirm ovulation. The RMR was measured twice in each phase and found to be similar (F(1,18) = 0.863) across the follicular (5018 kJ/24 h) and the luteal (5098 kJ/24 h) phases. Within each phase and on separate days, subjects were given water (280 mL) or sucrose-sweetened soft drink (539 kJ). Soft drink, but not water, consumption increased energy expenditure over a period of 45 min. Compared with the follicular phase, a small but significant increase in TEF (kJ/45 min) was observed in the luteal phase (t = 2.434, p < 0.05). Energy expenditure after drinking the soft drink, however, was similar in the two phases. RMR was positively correlated with TEF (r = 0.613, p < 0.01) and net TEF (r = 0.648, p < 0.005) in the luteal but not the follicular phase. In ovulating women, the thermic effect of sucrose is influenced by the phase of the menstrual cycle.en_HK
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dc.rightsCanadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology. Copyright © N R C Research Press.en_HK
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dc.subjectChinese womenen_HK
dc.subjectMenstrual cycleen_HK
dc.subjectResting metabolic rateen_HK
dc.subjectSucroseen_HK
dc.subjectThermic effect of fooden_HK
dc.subject.meshBasal metabolismen_HK
dc.subject.meshEnergy metabolismen_HK
dc.subject.meshMenstrual cycle - metabolismen_HK
dc.subject.meshSucrose - pharmacologyen_HK
dc.subject.meshBeveragesen_HK
dc.titleResting metabolic rate and thermic effects of a sucrose-sweetened soft drink during the menstrual cycle in young Chinese womenen_HK
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