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Breakfast may not be as important as previously thought with dieting

If you're looking to lose weight, then you have probably heard that eating breakfast is key.

But a new study shows that it may not actually be that important 

A report published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that skipping your first meal of the day has little or no effect on weight gain.
They say research conducted in 1992 by Vanderbilt University shows the most important factor in weight loss was how drastically people changed their eating habits.
The findings also showed that people do equally well eating or not eating breakfast.
Researchers say these findings have been drowned out by observational studies that have found associations between breakfast habits and obesity, but no real link.
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