Breakfast Is The Most Important Meal For Dieters: Scientific American Podcast

I make sure I have a large protein rich breakfast each morning.

The study included 93 overweight or obese women. Half the women ate 700-calorie breakfasts, 500-calorie lunches and 200-calorie dinners. The other reversed it, with a 200-calorie breakfast, the same 500-calorie lunch and a 700-calorie dinner.

After three months, those eating the jumbo breakfasts lost an average of 17.8 pounds and three inches from their waistlines—10 pounds and an inch-and-a-half more than the group having skimpy breakfasts and big dinners.

via Breakfast Is The Most Important Meal For Dieters: Scientific American Podcast.

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