MISTAKE: Eating frequent meals
By Brenda W.
For years, I religiously would go out of my way to eat 5 to 7 small meals per day.
In fact, I thought it was a fat loss sin to wait longer than 3 hours between meals.
After all, I had been taught through my education that if you don’t eat at least every three hours you would get cravings for unhealthy foods, your metabolism would slow down… or you will lose muscle.
Of course, I believed every word because I was able to stay under 10% body fat, while eating 5 to 7 times per day for that entire time period.
Then, when I turned 40 my body and metabolism changed and I couldn’t tolerate eating so much all the time.
After doing some research I discovered I was actually DEAD WRONG for all those years.
And besides, who really WANTS to eat every 2 to 3 hours day after day anyway?
In today’s busy world, it’s just not realistic for the average person to make this happen with healthy food choices.
Not to mention it’s a big pain in the butt having to prepare all that food and go out of your way to consume it every few hours.
Of course with the popularity of things like Intermittent Fasting picking up steam, this myth has now been debunked.
A brand new PubMed study published in November of 2015 confirms that higher meal frequency does NOT decrease appetite.
So let’s set the record straight once and for all.
First, skipping breakfast will NOT make you fatter.
Third, eating smaller meals every few hours does NOT help you lose weight.
Take Lori for example.
The end result?
She shocked her doctor by eliminating all of her medications and lost a whopping 66 pounds using the brand new “diet loophole” that you’ll learn all about at THIS LINK.
Remember, you can still get stellar results eating small frequent meals as long as you’re making healthy choices…
But it’s not necessary, as you’ll soon discover inside this presentation.