Adopting a five-meal pattern -- breakfast, lunch, dinner and two snacks -- daily was tied to lower obesity risk in adolescent boys and girls, and reduced odds of central obesity in boys, a study found. The results appear in the journal PLOS One.
Study: 5-meal pattern curbs obesity risk in adolescents
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