Want to lose weight without feeling hungry? Eat a lighter lunch
Are you desperate to lose weight without major dieting, rumbling stomachs or expensive protein shakes? Then opt for a lighter lunch.
Scientists from Cornell University in New York have found that eating lighter lunches a few times a week could be an easy way of cutting down on calories without feeling it.
A team, led by Professor David Levitsky, devised a five-week eating study, where the food intake of paid volunteers was measured Mondays to Fridays.
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For the first week, the group ate whatever they wanted from a buffet. For the next two weeks, half the group selected their lunch by choosing one of six shop-bought portion-controlled foods, such as Campbell`s Soup at Hand, as a substitute for the lunch.