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Evaluating the differences between big breakfasts and big dinners

More calories are burned after breakfast than after dinner, but does it matter?

Study under review: Twice as High Diet-Induced Thermogenesis After Breakfast vs Dinner On High-Calorie as Well as Low-Calorie Meals

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Is diet-induced thermogenesis different during the day and does it depend on the amount of calories consumed?

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