Study sees benefits in small, frequent meals

01/25/2013 | National Public Radio

Researchers in France found study participants who ate four small breakfasts consumed fewer calories later in the day compared to those who ate a single breakfast. In the study, 20 men were presented with a buffet lunch after either eating breakfast at one sitting or eating the same amount of food, but spread over four eating sessions.

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