@JeremyVineOn5 | 155,836 followers
You've heard the saying - 'breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dinner like a pauper.'

Do you follow that advice?

A new study's found eating a big breakfast could be the way to go when it comes to controlling your appetite.

Should we all be eating at 7am?

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In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
I like to have a big breakfast, it does help control my appetite rest of the day, but - what’s all this 7am nonsense?! I take mine mid morning.
 
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I can't face eating a large meal early in the morning,these days I make lunch my main meal.
 
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I remember years ago a nutritionist saying that as you age, your digestive system takes a while to get going in the morning. When I was younger, the thought of breakfast was what got me out of bed. Now, it takes a couple of hours before I feel like eating anything at all...
 
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The richest are not the wealthiest.
 
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the way things are going, every meal will be a pauper meal
 
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This is the best advice and works
 
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My mate eats his first breakfast around 6am before eating another a few hours later and can he hell control his appetite. I’ll tell him to move it on a hour….😂
 
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At 7am all I have is decaf coffee…most times I brunch, not ideal I know…coz I go running most mornings.
 
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So many studies say too many different things. As for statistics you can manipulate them in many ways. No wonder the nation is confused and suffering with obesity issues.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
The saying is from a 1954 book, by Adele Davis, USA. While "breakfasts need not be large" (Davis, p. 26), Davis recommended consuming the highest amount of protein at breakfast to establish the right amount of sugar in the blood to avoid hunger and fatigue later in the day.
 
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(rake thin) might just be the best advert for OMAD … and logic. 👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾
 
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No but shortly after at 9 am.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
I've never heard that saying. But I do agree that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
 
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Breakfast is just the meal that breaks your fast. So first meal of the day can be at 2pm if that suits you.
 
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