Bigger breakfasts better for controlling appetite, study suggests

Researchers at the University of Aberdeen found people burned the same calories whenever they had their biggest meal of the day. But appetite was noticeably smaller after big breakfasts, which could make it easier to stick to a diet. The researchers were investigating the world of “chrono-nutrition” and how food we eat is affected by the rhythms of our body’s internal clock. One idea is the evening is a bad time to eat, because the body clock shifts our metabolism towards sleep. Researchers are now investigating what happens when shift workers eat in the middle of the night.

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