Study: Eating a bigger breakfast may help control appetite

Scientists controlled people's meals to see the effects of large breakfasts and dinners.

News 12 Staff

Sep 16, 2022, 12:02 PM

Updated 635 days ago

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A new study from the The University of Aberdeen shows bigger breakfasts might be better for controlling appetite.
Scientists controlled people's meals to see the effects of large breakfasts and dinners.
They found people seemed to burn the same calories whenever they had their biggest meal of the day.
However, people's appetites were noticeably smaller after a big breakfast.


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