Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism / 2018 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Altered Feeding Behaviors and Adiposity Precede Observable Weight Gain in Young Rats Submitted to a Short-Term High-Fat Diet

Table 2

Average daily food and water intake over a 14-day period.

DiurnalNocturnal
RCDHFDRCDHFD

Food intake (g/day)9.52 ± 3.245.97 ± 1.300.01218.47 ± 4.1113.55 ± 0.870.011
Carbohydrate intake (g/day)5.26 ± 1.791.57 ± 0.34<0.00110.20 ± 2.273.56 ± 0.23<0.001
Protein intake (g/day)1.71 ± 0.581.56 ± 0.340.5413.32 ± 0.743.55 ± 0.230.424
Fat intake (g/day)0.43 ± 0.152.08 ± 0.46<0.0010.83 ± 0.194.73 ± 0.30<0.001
Water intake (mL/day)8.34 ± 3.456.14 ± 1.680.12824.32 ± 3.9720.03 ± 5.050.079

Means ± SD; bold indicates significant difference between the two groups at the level.

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