They discovered identical calorie consumption led to 2.5 times higher DIT in the morning compared to when the participants consumed a higher number of calories during their evening meal.
The study was published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism of the Endocrine Society.
Skipping breakfast may be harming your weight loss attempt, according to a new study.
In the research, Richter and his colleagues gave some males the most important meal of the day with excessive calorie at breakfast and a few lengas with dinner and the most important calorie with excessive calorie.
The human body expends energy when we digest food for the absorption, digestion, transport and storage of nutrients.
Low-calorie breakfasts significantly increased the men's hunger, particularly for candies, throughout the day.
This was followed by a high-calorie breakfast, low-calorie dinner.
It concluded that making your largest meal breakfast, along with cutting out snacking and eating less frequently, could be an effective way to prevent weight gain.
The researchers analysed the diet-induced thermogenesis (DIT) of 16 men.
She continued: "Eating more at breakfast instead of dinner could prevent obesity and high blood sugar". To make matters worse, we are more physically active during the morning and day, and physical activity helps us control our levels of insulin and blood glucose.
They also found that peaks in blood-sugar and insulin as a result of eating were less severe after a large breakfast than a large dinner, and that a smaller breakfast was associated with more sugar cravings throughout the day. A well balanced breakfast including food such as fruit, eggs, oatmeal and yogurt may be the way to go, while avoiding processed and sugary foods that get absorbed quickly and can cause spike in blood sugar levels.
"A saying I believe in is that you should eat like a queen for breakfast, a princess for lunch and a poor one for dinner", Morton said.