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Fire up your metabolic furnace

If you haven’t already, it’s time to beef up your daybreak meal.  A study in the journal Obesity discovered that female subjects who consumed more calories at breakfast at the expense of calories later in the day experienced greater fat loss than those who took in substantially more calories at dinner than breakfast.  You need to burn more calories earlier in the day when your metabolism is higher, while later meals are more likely to go into fat storage.  Also, increasing the size of your breakfast products longer-lasting satiety and reduces the amount of food you eat at lunch.  (Oxygen Mag. July 2015)


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