Study: Heavy meals once a day may increase health risks

02/19/2008 | FoodNavigator

People who eat larger portions of food less frequently are at a higher risk of high blood pressure and cholesterol, a U.S. study showed. Researchers also discovered irregular cardiovascular conditions and higher blood-sugar levels in people who eat large servings of food once a day compared with those who consume small portions three times a day. These findings have encouraged food companies to offer products in reduced portions with a lower calorie content.

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