Gap Fill - Big Breakfasts - Level 6


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Eating a big breakfast led to 2.5 times higher of DIT. Researcher Dr Juliane Richter spoke about the of her . She said: "Our results show a meal eaten for breakfast, of the amount of calories it contains, creates as high DIT as the same meal consumed for dinner. This is significant for all people as it underlines the of eating enough at breakfast." She added: "Eating more at breakfast of dinner could prevent obesity and high blood sugar. We recommend that patients with as well as healthy people eat a significant breakfast rather than a large dinner to reduce body weight and prevent diseases."

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