Saturday, 20 July 2013

FAO the over-fat and/or those with metabolic syndrome: Big breakfast, medium lunch & small dinner is beneficial.

Breakfast like a King/Queen.
Go to work on an egg.
According to High caloric intake at breakfast vs. dinner differentially influences weight loss of overweight and obese women.
"High-calorie breakfast with reduced intake at dinner is beneficial and might be a useful alternative for the management of obesity and metabolic syndrome." See the other PubMed studies listed in the above study, which corroborate it.

What about all the "artery-clogging" cholesterol in egg yolks? See Eat Whole Eggs All Day and Throw Your Statins Away? 375x Increased Dietary Cholesterol Intake From Eggs Reduces Visceral Fat & Promotes Healthy Cholesterol Metabolism.


Beth@WeightMaven said...

Too bad the abstract has only relative measures in it. Given what passes for statistically significant, "greater weight loss and waist circumference reduction" might be not very exciting in practice.

Nigel Kinbrum said...

I thought that statistically significant "greater waist circumference reduction" was always exciting.

ProudDaddy said...

I've reached the point where I just ignore all studies where individual data points are absent. Nigel is most memorable to me by noting that we are all different!

Nigel Kinbrum said...

I wanted an excuse to blog about ProfDr Andro's egg article. In the UK in the 1960's, the Egg Marketing Board had an advertising campaign with the slogan in the title of the picture. See also

Then we were warned-off cholesterol and the adverts stopped.

Kade Storm A.K.A. Hedonist said...