"Nibbling" is not linked to higher BMI, study finds

12/14/2011 | MyHealthNewsDaily.com

People who nibbled on food between snacks and meals did not appear to have a higher BMI than those who did not report nibbling, according to a study of Danish women to be published in Eating Behaviors. However, researchers said that unplanned eating can still lead to excessive calorie intake, and may be beneficial only if people restrict their between-meals nibbling to fruits and vegetables.

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