Bio:Carol Clarke is a registered dietitian and nutrition consultant in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada. She completed a BA (Administrative Studies) at the University of Western Ontario (1980), a BASc (Food & Nutrition) at Ryerson University (1994), a Dietetic Internship at The Toronto Hospital (1995) and a MHSc (Nutrition Communication) at Ryerson University (2013). Carol has worked in many areas of clinical practice in hospitals and primary care. She has a particular interest in wellness, cardiovascular health and obesity. Her current focus is on program development for public and health professional education, group presentations and workshops, and writing and reviewing. She has contributed to several PEN® Knowledge Pathways.
Do adults with a higher eating frequency (>3 meals or snacks/day) have a difference in thermogenesis compared to adults with a lower eating frequency (≤3 meals or snacks/day)?
Last Updated: 2015-03-17
Are adults who have a higher eating frequency (>3 meals or snacks/day) more likely to gain weight compared to adults who have a lower eating frequency (≤3 meals or snacks/day)?
Do adults who eat more frequently (≥3 meals or snacks/day) have a reduced appetite and subsequently lower daily energy intake than adults who eat less frequently (≤3 meals or snacks/day)?
Does regularly consuming breakfast, versus regularly skipping breakfast, aid in weight loss, weight control or prevent weight gain over time?
Last Updated: 2020-01-20
Last Updated: 2016-02-23