Israeli researchers found that type 2 diabetes patients who ate a big breakfast containing protein and fat showed reduced levels of blood sugar, and, after 13 weeks, nearly a third were able to cut back on their diabetic medication. The 59 participants were randomly assigned to eat large breakfasts, containing about a third of their daily calories, or small breakfasts, containing only 12.5% of daily calories. The study was presented at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes' annual meeting.

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