Kia Noehr Iversen

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Biology and Biological Engineering, Food and Nutrition Science

Kia Nöhr Iversen is a PhD student at the unit of Food and Nutrition Sciences. Her research is focused on the influence of cereals on bodyweight, appetite regulation and metabolic profile. Overweight and obesity are a major risk factor for development of a wide range of metabolic diseases, such as cardiovascular disease and type-2 diabetes, and it is crucial to increase our knowledge on how different foods affect bodyweight and metabolic risk markers, in order to aid the development of healthier food products and reduce the prevalence of such diseases. During her PhD studies Kia has been involved in several human intervention trials and is the primary manager of a randomized controlled weight loss trial including more than 200 subjects.


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Appetite and Subsequent Food Intake Were Unaffected by the Amount of Sourdough and Rye in Soft Bread-A Randomized Cross-Over Breakfast Study

Kia Noehr Iversen, Daniel P. Johansson, Carl Brunius et al
Nutrients. Vol. 10 (11)
Journal article

Whole-grain rye and wheat affect some markers of gut health without altering the fecal microbiota in healthy overweight adults: A 6-week randomized trial

S. Vuholm, D.S. Nielsen, Kia Noehr Iversen et al
Journal of Nutrition. Vol. 147 (11), p. 2067-2075
Journal article

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