Could eating a meal, like brunch, that disrupts your regular eating schedule lead to weight gain?
The Doctors discuss research from the University of Barcelona that discovered a disruption to someone's regular eating schedule could lead to more fat around their waistline.
The study found those who ate breakfast later than normal on the weekends had a higher BMI, compared to those who stuck to their regular eating routine.
The panel also notes at brunch things like overeating, drinking alcohol, and indulging in foods you might normally avoid can easily happen.
A suggested approach to brunch -- according to The Doctors -- stick to healthy food choices, try to avoid over-eating, and use moderation when it comes to carb-heavy food items and drinking alcohol.