Our expert says:
There is some evidence that it is better to eat your larger meals at breakfast and lunch, than at supper, but this is not always feasible, esp for people who work. If you decide that you want to swap your lunch and breakfast this should not really affect your weight loss. The most important factors is a weight loss regimen are decreasing energy intake and increasing energy expenditure.
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