Frequent consumption of snacks is worse for the liver than large, regular meals
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Frequent consumption of snacks is worse for the liver than large, regular meals

Snacking on high-fat and high-sugar foods is more likely than eating bigger regular meals to increase abdominal fat and fatty liver (hepatic steatosis), suggests a Dutch study.

Nursing Standard. 28, 40, 17-17. doi: 10.7748/ns.28.40.17.s24

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