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High Fiber, Low Cal Breakfast Keeps Calorie Consumption Down

May 7, 2009: 10:02 AM EST
People eating a high fiber, low calorie breakfast consume fewer calories over breakfast and lunch combined than people who eat a low fiber breakfast cereal, says G. Harvey Anderson, PhD, Professor, Nutritional Sciences and Physiology, University of Toronto. The difference was mostly in the lower calorie breakfast, as all study participants consumed about the same number of calories at lunch. Researchers used General Mills’s Fiber One® cereal as the high fiber component of the breakfast. Previous research shows that Americans eat only half the recommended amount of fiber.
"New Study Reveals a High-Fiber Breakfast Keeps Hunger and Calories in Check", PR-inside.com, May 07, 2009, via Business Wire, © www.earthtimes.org, The Earth Times
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