By on November 15, 2013

The 3 Hour Diet points out the importance of eating smaller meals more often throughout the day. It is the science behind the mentality of eating 5 to 6 medium sized meals a day. This creates less excess sugars and fats as well as reduces the desire to eat too much.

The philosophy that “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” has given way to the current understanding of the importance of timing and portion size. Every excess bite of “bad” calories, in the form of sugars and fats, can turn into excess body fat.

It is the timing of your sugar and fat intake that is crucial. Smaller meals more often cut down on hunger pangs and the proverbial “sweet tooth”. Consider what you will be doing for the next couple of hours before you eat. Will you be active or sedentary?


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