Having breakfast early in the day can help you feel fuller throughout the day, a study shows. Another study reports the same effect if you eat all your meals in a 10-hour window. Photo: Shutterstock
Having breakfast early in the day can help you feel fuller throughout the day, a study shows. Another study reports the same effect if you eat all your meals in a 10-hour window. Photo: Shutterstock
Wellness

Eat breakfast early, and all your meals in a 10-hour window, to burn more calories and feel less hungry, researchers say

  • New research suggests that eating later in the day can promote obesity – you may burn calories at a slower rate and experience body changes promoting fat growth
  • Instead, eat breakfast early and, says another study, eat all your meals in a 10-hour window, to feel less hungry. Making breakfast your biggest meal helps too

Having breakfast early in the day can help you feel fuller throughout the day, a study shows. Another study reports the same effect if you eat all your meals in a 10-hour window. Photo: Shutterstock
Having breakfast early in the day can help you feel fuller throughout the day, a study shows. Another study reports the same effect if you eat all your meals in a 10-hour window. Photo: Shutterstock
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