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Effects of transdermal nicotine patches on energy expenditure measured with a human calorimeter

Body Composition Assessment
Used Parameters : SMM, PBF

Publication Year : 2016

Country : Japan

Journal : Juntendo Medical Journal

Objective: Previous studies investigating the link between nicotine and energy expenditure (EE) have shown a 6-10% increase in EE after nicotine intake using gum or spray, which increase blood level acutely. However, the effects of transdermal nicotine patches, which increase nicotine blood levels gradually, are still unknown. Thus, we studied the effects of nicotine patches on EE using human calorimeter. Design: EE was measured over a 10-hour period with a human calorimeter using a crossover design to assess whether transdermal …
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