With Diabetes, Fewer Meals May Mean Less Hunger, Depression

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With Diabetes, Fewer Meals May Mean Less Hunger, Depression
With Diabetes, Fewer Meals May Mean Less Hunger, Depression
“Eating large breakfasts and lunches may be more beneficial than the usual snacking model,” said Dr. The analysis used data from a previous study that compared two restricted-calorie diets in 54 people with type 2 diabetes. Each study participant spent 12 weeks eating six small meals a day, and then another 12 weeks eating a large breakfast and lunch, with no dinner.
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