Additional file 1: of The effects of whole milk compared to skim milk and apple juice consumption in breakfast on appetite and energy intake in obese children: a three-way randomized crossover clinical trial

Table S1. Food and Nutrient content of the test beverages along with the fixed content breakfast. Figure S1. Mean ± SE subjective visual analogue scale (VAS) values for the overall appetite in male participants after intake of skim milk (●), apple juice (■) and whole milk (▲) adjusted for age, BMI and rolling method. Significant differences between the intervention periods are shown with asterisks. Standard errors are appeared by vertical bars. Figure S2. Mean ± SE subjective visual analogue scale (VAS) values for desire to eat, fullness, hunger and prospective consumption in male participants after ingestion of skim milk (●), apple juice (■) and whole milk (▲) adjusted for age, BMI and rolling method. Significant differences between the intervention periods are shown with asterisks. Standard errors are appeared by vertical bars. Figure S3. Mean ± SE subjective visual analogue scale (VAS) values for the overall appetite in female participants after intake of skim milk (●), apple juice (■) and whole milk (▲) adjusted for age, BMI and rolling method. Significant differences between the intervention periods are shown with asterisks. Standard errors are appeared by vertical bars. Figure S4. Mean ± SE subjective visual analogue scale (VAS) values for desire to eat, fullness, hunger and prospective consumption in female participants after ingestion of skim milk (●), apple juice (■) and whole milk (▲) adjusted for age, BMI and rolling method. Significant differences between the intervention periods are shown with asterisks. Standard errors are appeared by vertical bars. (DOCX 1706 kb)