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Vol. 5, No. 3 | March 2013




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Eat an Early Lunch!
It Burns More Calories

US MED Gives Back Neuroscientists say meal timing seems to affect weight loss.

One study compares those eating lunch before 3 p.m. to those who had lunch after 3 p.m. Early lunchers lost an average of 22 pounds in 20 weeks. Those who ate lunch later lost about 17 pounds.

Neuroscientists at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School say the study suggests both calories and timing have an impact on weight loss.

The research included 420 overweight and obese people who participated in a 20-week weight-loss program in Spain.

Overall, participants consumed about 1,400 calories a day. There was no significant difference in caloric intake or energy expenditure between the early lunchers and the late lunchers.

The findings were reported in the International Journal of Obesity.  

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