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Clock your calories

Clock your calories

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If you're trying to slim down, consider this: When you eat could impact your weight. "Most people eat in a crescendo, taking in about 70 percent of their calories after 6 p.m.," explains Lauri Wright, Ph.D., R.D.N., an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics spokesperson. This can lead to extra pounds for several reasons -- including the fact that glucose isn't metabolized as quickly at night, making it more likely to turn into fat. Instead, adopt these timely tricks for weight loss you can set your watch to.

Ditch that midmorning bite.

Research shows that women who snack between breakfast and lunch lose less...