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Great article! I have gradually increased my breakfast and it has definitely helped me. I used to freak out and want to "save my calories" for lunch and dinner, but now I have found that if I eat a good breakfast I can eat smaller lunches and dinners. I find their results to be definitely true! I bookmarked that article to save their breakfast ideas. I needed some new ones. I get bored.
It's so hard because I hate to eat breakfast. Well, I hate to eat when I am not hungry and I am never hungry in the mornings. I just need about 2-3 cups of coffee and I'm good. I have never been a breakfast eater. I am afraid that I would eat breakfast and then STILL eat lunch and dinner the same and it wouldn't help me.
Thank you for posting this! I know inside that I need to eat a better breakfast, but sometimes I'm just not hungry for it, or I just don't want to. I notice that I tend to eat very large dinners...and i think I should reverse that--I burn more calories in the morning than at night, so I need more energy in the morning.
Also, the researcher is from the university here in Richmond!