Study: Smaller breakfast does not lead to overeating later

Reducing breakfast portions by 40% for overweight study participants did not lead them to eat more later in the day to make up for it, according to U.K. researchers. The smaller portions allowed people to eat 269 fewer calories during the day, the study found.

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