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Eating Small Meals Throughout Day Doesn’t Help Weight Loss

Contradicting the theory that eating small meals throughout the day is effective for weight loss, a new study has found that eating frequent small portions of food doesn’t actually help people lose weight any more than those who eat three meals per day. What do you think?

  • “My trick is to eat two small meals, then a bigger meal, then a small one, then three regular-sized ones, and then a really, really tiny one.”

    Belinda Montgomery
    On-Set Tutor
  • “But I had become so disciplined at eating whenever.”

    Evan Cartwright
    Flight Booker
  • “Is anything my aunt tells me true?”

    Gary Anderson
    Senior Dentist

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