Do people who have one meal a day weigh more than those who have three?
I don't know when the idea that eating six "small" (compared to what? A typical fast food indulgence of a day's worth of calories in one sitting?) meals a day, and even grazing, is better then three for weight loss came in vogue, but it definitely doesn't appear in any of my 1950s diet and health books.
A new study suggests that "eating two large meals a day yielded more weight loss than consuming six mini-meals with the same number of calories." I find that very interesting, but I would love to see a study that shows that people who have only one meal a day (that lasts all day long) weigh more than those who have three meals in a day!
In other news my guinea pig Casper is doing well after his surgery!