Americans trying to lose weight break their diets at the same time of the day and week

People who track their calories are most likely to fall down on the same days.

Americans who watch what they eat log nearly 6% more calories on Saturdays than any other day of the week, and an extra 3% calories than normal on Fridays, according to an analysis of millions of calorie counters on the weight loss app Lose It. Breakfast on Saturday and Sundays when people are either with friends or kicking back are also a time for a spike in calories over other mornings (by between 6.5% and 7%). Dinners on Fridays and Saturdays also see a 7% spike.

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