Sunday, May 17, 2009

Frequent Meals

Most people on a diet end up starving themselves. They're constantly thinking about food. When's my next meal? What can I eat? What can't I eat? That doesn't happen on this diet.
Sometimes, our body requires more calories to maintain itself. Even when losing weight, you're probably not going to be starving yourself as you would be on a high carbohydrate diet. You won't have those cravings where you want to eat 10 chocolate bars.

The fact is, even if you're scarcely consuming calories and you've really got the diet dialed in for maximum weight loss, you may get some hunger but nothing like you'll get on that high carbohydrate diet.

A technique which many people apply during dieting is eating frequent shorter meals. For example if you have three portions of meals during the day, then you can cut the portion in half and consume six portions in a day. This will require some discipline and time for your body to adjust to the quantity of the smaller portion. But it will help you not only with your cravings, but also your metabolic rate will remain high.

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