NY Daily News (NY) –  by AFP RELAXNEWS

April 3, 2012

Swapping your regular bowl of corn flakes for a breakfast of porridge or muesli could help keep the mid-day munchies — and the extra pounds — at bay.  It may be a subtle switch-up, but at a meeting hosted by the Institute of Food Technologists last week, researchers from Purdue University said that eating a breakfast that falls on the lower end of the glycemic index may help prevent a blood sugar spike throughout the morning and prevent people from overeating throughout the day.  Satiety was even found to stretch after the next meal.

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