The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of two Eating Frequency prescriptions,
meal (energy intake occurring during three meals per day) and grazing (energy intake
occurring every two to three hours per day), on consumption during an ad libitum meal
consumed at the end of the day, overall daily energy intake, and ratio of energy intake to
energy expenditure. It is hypothesized that the grazing condition will produce lower
consumption during an evening ad libitum meal, lower daily energy intake, and a lower ratio
of energy intake to energy expenditure than the meal condition.