Children and teens, particularly boys, who ate more than three times a day weighed less than those who had three or fewer meals, according to a Greek study in the journal Pediatrics. Higher-frequency eating was also tied to a 22% decline in the odds of being overweight or obese, researchers said.
Eating more often tied to lower risk of being overweight in children
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