Fewer meals and less exercise are seen in overweight people

11/20/2011 | Reuters

Normal-weight adults, including people who lost weight and maintained their new weight, appeared to snack more frequently but consumed fewer calories than their overweight counterparts, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. Researchers said those in the weight-maintenance group burned 3,000 calories weekly through exercise, compared with 800 calories in the overweight group.

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