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You’ve heard it before, the saying that goes something like this:
Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper.
You know there are quite a few of us in the IF community that have been calling BS on this one for a while. Still, nutritionists and health professionals continue jockey this concept.
Here’s a study that shows eating a bigger breakfast may only increase your overall calorie intake and does not make you eat less at other meals.
We know that it’s generally human nature to eat big at night, and there’s evidence that this may be an evolutionary trait. So, what overweight people are told is — eat a big breakfast, on top of their inherent propensity to eat a big dinner anyway.
Is it any wonder that, despite the millions of nutritionists and dietary lip services in existent today, that people are still fat and getting fatter?