Lighter lunch daily could help people lose weight, study suggests

08/31/2011 |

Participants who opted for a lighter lunch had daily reductions of 250 calories, which would result in about 25 pounds of weight loss in a year, a study in Appetite found. The researchers said small decreases in calorie intake during lunch won't cause hunger or excess snacking.

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