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Is a Breakfast like a King and a Supper like a Pauper good for type 2 diabetes?

A recent paper in Diabetologia adds further evidence that meal pattern and contribution to overall energy (and macronutrient) intake may be of equal importance when deciding what macronutrient profiles are optimal to help with the management of type 2 diabetes. An earlier study published in Diabetologia in 2014 found that following a hypocaloric diet for 12 weeks eating only breakfast and lunch reduced not only body weight but also hepatic fat content and fasting glucose. The current paper has taken this approach a step further.

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