EAT LOW-FAT, HIGH-FIBER SNACKS
Eating healthful, low-fat between meal snacks increases your energy and metabolism, triggering an energizing process that produces heat and burns calories. Eating these snacks also reduces the urge to binge at night.
During the day when you go for 4 to 6 hours at a stretch without eating, your blood sugar level drops and your energy wanes. So instead of eating two or three meals a day, it makes more sense to eat more often and less at each meal, according to research published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
These studies show that moderate-size meals plus small in-between snacks may help lower blood cholesterol levels, reduce body fat, enhance digestion, lessen the risk of heart disease, and increase metabolism.
There are numerous good scientific reasons why it’s time for most of us to change not only what but also when and how much we eat.
Large traditional meals stimulate excessive insulin production, essentially building up the body’s strongest fat hormone. Such meals also speed the conversion of sugar to body-fat.
In contrast, moderate meals, and snacks promote a steadier production of sustained energy. This plan will also promote fat-burning and tends to produce a smaller, forzest.