Are you dieting? Do you think eating a bigger breakfast will help you eat less throughout the day?

According to new research out of Germany, it won't. The study, published in Nutrition Journal, showed that people ate the same at lunch and dinner, regardless of what they had for breakfast. A big breakfast, on average 400 calories greater than a small breakfast, resulted in a total increase in calories eaten during the day of about 400 calories. Apparently there is no magic in having extra bacon, sorry.