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Good Meal Sizes and Frequency
Meal sizes and frequency are very important. Over the years people are amazed by how much food I eat at work in a day and part of this can probably be explained by decent genetics but more importantly I make sure that I have a higher metabolism by eating more smaller meals.
Most people will eat Breakfast lunch and dinner or even less often as in the case of my parents where the only real meals are breakfast and dinner. I on the other hand eat at 7:30, 10:00 12:00 3:00 5:30 and 8:00. I have been eating six times a day for years. My only large meal is dinner the other feedings are smaller snacks even lunch and breakfast.
There are a few reasons to eat small meals often:
Here is a sample of what my day will have for food:
7:30 Bagel and Natural Peanut Butter
You will notice that this is not the best diet, I really have some work to do still but the meals are spaced and the sizes are smaller.
Bill Nadraszky is a lifetime fitness nut you can find his ramblings about helath and fitness at http://www.nadraszky.com/fitness
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