Gobble down that guilt and bring on the bacon. That advice comes from the International Journal of Obesity, whose researchers recently discovered that the bigger and fattier your breakfast is, the healthier it is. That’s because your body’s metabolism gets a jump start on breaking down fats over the course of the day. The report focused on when people eat what meals, and advocates a big, fatty breakfast followed by a smaller lunch and then a light dinner. The bad news is that the midnight pizza slice is unlikely to receive such vindication any time soon.
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