Why counting calories does not work properly
If you eat a slice of bread in the morning the body metabolic response (glucose) is very different to the same slice of bread consumed at night.
The same slice of bread is less fattening in the morning than in the evening
Counting Calories are important for losing weight but more important is the time of day when calories are consumed.
All the above are the findings of a new breakthrough study. This study is supported by the Israeli Government and is led by the Israeli Tel Aviv University (Professor of medicine, Dr Daniela Jakubowicz).
The study found that eating three meals per day, a large breakfast, medium lunch and small dinner, is drastically better for weight loss than six small meals throughout the day.
If you eat a slice of bread in the morning the body metabolic response (glucose) is very different to the same slice of bread consumed at night. (The same slice of bread is less fattening in the morning than in the evening)
News of the breakthrough discussed by Daniela Jakubowicz in Chicago at the Endocrine Society ENDO 2018 news conference, which is held in Chicago (right now)
New weight loss eating plans and diets, based on this breakthrough study: Only three meals per day. Eating the largest meal of the day for breakfast, a medium lunch and small meal or snack for dinner.
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