Find a peanut at breakfast, lose appetite after lunch

A new study suggests eating peanuts for breakfast helps regulate appetite and blood sugar for hours.

Go nuts at breakfast and your blood sugar - and appetite - will chill for the rest of the day, according to a new study.

Research released in the current British Journal of Nutrition suggests that consuming peanut butter or peanuts for breakfast can control blood sugar throughout most of the day, even after eating a high carb lunch. The research also suggested that eating peanuts for breakfast caused a significant reduction in the desire to eat for up to 12 hours.

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