Big breakfast, small dinner may boost weight loss, RD says

08/13/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A big breakfast coupled with a small dinner may be a good weight-loss strategy, registered dietitian Joan Salge Blake writes, adding that research showed that people who flipped their diet shed more pounds. She writes that avoiding snacks at night also helps, as does eating protein at each meal to help keep hunger pangs away.

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