Skip to main content

Two Large Meals (Breakfast and Lunch) Best for Controlling Weight

A new study confirmed what I've suspected for the twenty (or more) years I've been a diet counselor. Eating hearty meals earlier in the day instead of in the evening leads to weight loss and better health, even when the same foods and same calories are eaten.

A recent study published in the scientific journal, "Diabetologia," found people with Type 2 Diabetes eating a large breakfast and lunch - and no dinner, as compared with those eating six small meals with the same calories - lost body fat and improved insulin sensitivity.

That's not to say you shouldn't be eating dinner, as scientists exaggerate conditions to get results in their studies. But you can use the study's conclusions to make positive changes for your health and weight, as did my client, Mark Indre.

"I lost more than 35 pounds and have kept it off for more than two years," said Mark Indre.

Some points to consider: