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Weight loss: Eating breakfast and dinner at this time can reduce body fat


Weight loss can be at the forefront of many people’s minds, in regards to getting healthier.One of the harder parts of dieting is eating heather and cutting out treats and snacks.Yet a new study has revealed how to reduce body fat without making a change to the foods in a diet.Instead, it is all about the time the food is eaten instead.A study by researchers at the University of Surrey found that changing the time that breakfast and dinner are eaten can aid fat loss.

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