Timing of Meals Linked to Fatty Liver

In a plenary session at the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, James Esteban, MD presented evidence for the value of regularity in eating times and distributing caloric intake throughout the day. The research team found the chances of developing non-alcoholic fatty liver was significantly reduced by not skipping morning and midday meals,…

Read MoreLong right arrow

Big Breakfast Helps a Smaller Waistline

Mother was right, breakfast is the most important meal of the day! In a study of 93 obese women, Israeli researchers found that women who had breakfast as their biggest meal lost more weight and experienced less metabolic syndrome risk factors than women who had supper as their biggest meal. They also had less cravings…

Read MoreLong right arrow