Snacking & Weight Loss, Ep127

I’ve been asked a lot whether its best to eat 2-3 large meals a day or have smaller meals more frequently throughout the day in order to lose weight. What I have seen with myself and clients is the easiest and fastest way to weight loss is to cut out the snacking. I work at home with full-on access to the refrigerator 24 hours a day– and therefore I find myself constantly snacking on a little this or a little that. When I get myself on a routine and have more complete meals without the snacking, I always feel better– I enjoy my food more, I feel more energetic and the extra weight just seems to melt off.

Snacking & Weight Loss, Ep127

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2 thoughts on “Snacking & Weight Loss, Ep127

  1. Waiting to eat until you’re actually hungry so you digest properly sounds like a great idea, but I would be careful of waiting until you feel famished (tired from low blood sugar). I think that can also be hard on digestion because it encourages eating too much at once (especially if you think you won’t be able to eat again for a while), and reaching for convenient but less healthy foods. Also if you’re eating foods that are easy on your digestion, they’ll move through you faster and you can still get that break from digesting even if you’re eating frequently.

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