In adults, protein has a higher satiating power per calorie than carbohydrate or fat," says diet researcher Arne Astrup of The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Denmark.
What does RVAU stand for?
RVAU stands for Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University (Denmark)
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- Right Ventricular Anterior Wall Thickness
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He served on the faculty at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Taastrup, Denmark.
Malene Hauxner is last year's winner of the Nykredit prize for architecture and is a landscape designer and lecturer at the Danish Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University.
Surprisingly, even meals prepared with the monounsaturated fats--canola and olive oils--boosted concentrations of these clotting factors, says Lone Frost Larsen, a biologist at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Frederiksberg.
The consumption of a high-fat meal might contribute to clot formation," says Lone Frost Larsen of the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Denmark.
One of the better ones was conducted by Peter Marckmann of the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Frederiksberg, Denmark.