Tag Archives: Meal

Medical News Today: To control blood sugar, set strict meal times

A new small-scale study has found that men at risk of developing type 2 diabetes could benefit from eating all their meals within a restricted 9-hour time frame. Doing so, even without changing other dietary habits, can help keep blood sugar levels under control, the research suggests. Could glucose control relate more to when you… Read More »

Backlash after study refutes idea that breakfast is the most important meal of the day

Farewell, pancakes? Farewell, breakfast sausage? A new review that suggests breakfast skippers eat fewer calories over the day and weigh slightly less than breakfast eaters is reigniting debate over the quaint notion that breakfast is “the most important meal of the day.” While some experts say the research is further evidence skipping breakfast might be… Read More »

A 1,500-Calorie Diet: Food Lists, Meal Plan and More – Healthline

When trying to lose weight, creating a calorie deficit either by eating less or increasing physical activity is necessary. Many people choose to follow a 1,500-calorie diet plan to jumpstart weight loss and control their food intake. This article explains how to follow a 1,500-calorie diet, including foods to eat, foods to avoid and tips… Read More »