5Have a Bigger Breakfast Than Dinner:
According to a study, published in the Obesity journal, a group of obese women consumed 700 calories at breakfast, 500 at lunch and 200 at dinner. Another group ate the exact same food, but had 200 calories at breakfast and 700 at dinner, while consuming the same amount of calories for lunch. 13 months afterwards, the group of people who ate a rich breakfast meal lost 18 pounds, while those who ate a big dinner meal lost no more than seven pounds.
So, it’s better to go for a big breakfast meal than overeat at dinner. This causes your body to pack on pounds (hello obesity).