Early lunch may lead to greater weight loss, study says

01/29/2013 | USA Today

A study of overweight and obese people who took part in a 20-week weight-loss program found that those who had an early lunch lost an average of 22 pounds, compared with 17 pounds lost by those who ate later, researchers said. The study, published in the International Journal of Obesity, found that late-lunchers ate less for breakfast, were more likely to skip breakfast and had lower insulin sensitivity.

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