Snacking Dos and Dont’s

Did you know that snacking when not hungry may promote weight gain? Researchers in one recent study fed subjects a 400-calorie snack at various times after eating a 1,300-calorie lunch. They found that when subjects consumed a snack when they were not hungry, they would not have a difference in the time they requested dinner or in the amount of food they ate at dinner.1 The results of this study s...

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