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21 November 2011

Overweight people eat fewer meals than others

Normal weight adults, including those who had lost a lot of weight and kept it off, ate more often than overweight people.

Normal weight adults, including those who had lost a lot of weight and kept it off, ate more often than overweight people in a new study looking at factors that may help prevent weight gain.

In particular, Dr Bachman said, she wanted to understand what people who have lost significant amounts of weight do to maintain their weight loss, as a first step to helping guide others in losing weight and keeping it off.

 
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