Why you’ve been LIED to about eating 5-6 small meals per day …

If you’re one of the millions of people who have bought into the idea that you have to eat 5-6 small meals per day …

You’ve been LIED to.

That’s right. Though eating small, frequent meals every 2-3 hours certainly does WORK … heck, I used that approach for YEARS, to personally lose 64 pounds in a 7 month period … and with literally HUNDREDS of in-person training clients who collectively lost THOUSANDS of pounds using the small, frequent feeding method … more and more research is showing that it is NOT necessary.

In fact, two recent studies – one in the Brittish Journal of Nutrition, another at the University of Colorado – have specifically shown that increasing meal frequency does NOT promote greater weight loss, and has no significant effect on metabolic rate.

If you LIKE the idea of eating less freqently – more specifically eating a BIG DINNER – and still getting leaner at the same time – check this out:

=> New approach to fat loss – eat big at night and get lean at the same time

At the end of the day, all successful “dieting” approaches have certain things in common. Such as:

– empasis on veggies and fruits
– adequate intake of lean protein
– include good fats
– minimize processed carbs and sugar
– avoid the chemical s#@tstorm of ingredients in the vast majority of processed foods available today

When you get these “rules” in place, then it’s all about finding an approach that works for YOU. The one we’re talking about today “checks all the boxes” … and could be perfect if you like the idea of eating a big dinner every night while getting LEANER at the same time:

=> New approach to fat loss – eat big at night and get lean at the same time

Okay, gotta run – have a great day, and talk soon -

Forest Vance, MS
Certified Fitness Nutrition Coach

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