How many meals do you eat in one day? Close study of weight loss throughout the past decades has shown to us that eating a few of large meals every day will decrease your metabolism. This diet pattern ends in excess weight in fat. However, this fat appears to be readily burnable, so there’s hope!
What to do?
Make it your aim to eat at least three medium-sized meals during the day. Don’t eat late at night, however, as sleep slows down your metabolism. If you should have a midnight snack, make it small and balanced between carbohydrate and protein. Among the very best and healthier balance systems so far appears to be that the Zone Diet’s 40-30-30 plan. Even with just moderate exercise, people are losing weight when following this system of balance.
Normal, fattening diets usually include a whole lot of carbohydrates, combined with increased amounts of fat (particularly saturated fat). Balancing your intake of protein, carbohydrate, and fat raises your body’s food-processing efficiency so that fewer extra calories are stored. The end result of balancing food intake is a heightened energy level, together with a massive drop in cravings for the very foods that fatten you.
Add moderate cardiovascular exercise to this strategy and you have a recipe for weight loss success AND long term health. Learn more about health, diet and exercise in our weight loss forum. We’ll never sell or rent your email address.