This person at my job keeps trying to convince me that I need to eat six small meals a day in order to be healthy and lose weight. He says that it's "the way our bodies are built" and "it's the only way to keep up metabolism".
So, I've recently lost about 13 pounds, and my typical day consists of a small breakfast, a small lunch, a small snack, and a big dinner - but I consume the bulk of my calories after 4PM and mostly in my dinner. I haven't had a problem losing weight at all.
How much truth is there to this six small meals a day thing?
Edited by: TRIXYMAHOGANY at: 3/9/2014 (15:55)
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