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Frequent Meals Linked to More Consistent BMI
Published: Friday, February 17, 2012
Girls who eat frequent meals and snacks may be less likely to increase body mass index over the next decade than those who eat a couple of times each day, according to a study in the February American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Researchers found that after adjusting for baseline measures, race, parental education, physical activity, television and video viewing, total energy intake and dieting, eating fewer meals was related to weight gain.
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