Eating small, frequent meals may help control weight, study says

01/25/2013 | National Public Radio

Research from the Institut Paul Bocuse in France suggests eating small amounts of food more frequently during the day may help keep people from gaining weight. The study in the journal Physiology & Behavior included 20 men and found those who ate four mini-breakfasts ate less for lunch than when they consumed all their breakfast calories at once.

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