One reduced-calorie meal daily makes a difference, study says

A small study found that people who ate one reduced-calorie meal per day consumed fewer total calories that day and, overall, lost weight, according to a report in the journal Appetite. Cornell University researchers said the study data do not support the commonly held idea that if people eat less for one meal, they make up for it by eating more at other meals.

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