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Baby Hercules wrote:
itsjustrobbieok wrote:How many times have you read that frequent meals is best for metabolising food for example.
Frequent meals are
best for metabolizing food. I didn't just read it, I do it. When I can reproduce a scientific claim in my own experience that's true enough for me.
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See thats just not true. Frequent small meals spike metabolism by a small amount, large meals spike metabolism by an equally large amount. If I wasn't on my phone I would find a link to a study to back it up.
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itsjustrobbieok wrote:See thats just not true. Frequent small meals spike metabolism by a small amount, large meals spike metabolism by an equally large amount. If I wasn't on my phone I would find a link to a study to back it up.
Don't worry about it. I believe you if you say that's your experience. My experience has been different. It's all good. Have a wonderful holiday!
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It's all about the individual and what works best for them - both in terms of how their body responds and their life in general. Some people don't have the ability (because of a job or their lifestyle) to eat ever 2-3 hours and, conversely, not everyone finds eating 2-3 bigger meals a day to be bearable - it's all about what fits into their schedule and works best for them. And I think we all agree on that point.
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