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Table S1. Bibliographic search history in PubMed (12/31/2010).

Table S2. Associations between skipping breakfast, lunch or dinner and excess weight and metabolic syndrome, by study design and population.

Table S3. Association between daily eating frequency and excess weight, by study design and population.

Table S4. Association between snacking and excess weight, by study design and population.

Table S5. Associations between irregular meals and excess weight and metabolic syndrome, by study design and population.

Table S6. Association between eating away from home and excess weight, study design and population.

Table S7. Association between fast food consumption and excess weight, by study design and population.

Table S8. Association between consumption of takeaway food and excess weight, by study design and population.

Table S9. Association between portion size and excess weight, by study design and population.

Table S10. Association between eating until full and excess weight, by study design and population.

Table S11. Association between eating quickly and excess weight and metabolic syndrome, by study design and population.

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