Daytime eaters may have better weight-loss results, RD says

08/15/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

People who want to lose weight should consume the bulk of their calories during the day or when they need energy, writes registered dietitian Elisa Zied, who cites a study from the International Journal of Obesity that showed that people who ate lunch after 3 p.m. lost less weight. She recommends eating a healthy breakfast, having a hearty midday snack to fend off hunger and enjoying a light dinner several hours before bed.

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