How Often Should You Eat? Three Meals? Six Meals? Grazing? Snacks?

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Posted on 30th January 2014 by admin in LivingFuelTV |Super Health

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 I am a strong advocate for learning what and how much to eat in order to avoid crashing between meals—being as careful to not overeat as to not “under fuel.” This is critical to both weight loss as well as Super Health.

– KC Craichy, The Super Health Diet: The Last Diet You Will Ever Need!

 

Dear Living Fuel Family,
 
A hotly debated topic among doctors, nutritionists, personal trainers, coaches, and mothers is the frequency of our meals.  While most of us are keenly aware that a crisp, organic apple is a better choice than a bag of potato chips, the timing of our eating is a subject that you’re not likely to find consensus.  Should we graze throughout the day?  Should we eat several small meals every three hours?  Should we eat three meals with no snacks or three meals with a mid-morning and afternoon snack?  A combination of all of the above?
 
Today on LivingFuelTV, I “weigh in” on the controversy from a lifetime of study. The practical information you’ll learn today is presented in depth in Chapter 13, Meal Frequency, Snacks, and Eating Speed, in my book The Super Health Diet: The Last Diet You Will Ever Need!  The book is jam-packed with practical tips on eating with wisdom and intent, supported by education. Tune in today and discover if your eating frequency matches your weight optimization and wellness goals.
 
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By the way, to get your very own copy of The Super Health Diet, there’s a couple of days remaining in Living Fuel’s January promotion.  Place an order in any amount at www.livingfuel.com (US orders) or www.livingfuel.ca (Canada orders) and receive a complimentary copy as our gift to you, a $24.97 value!  No promotional code or coupon is required.  The book will deliver right along with you order.  This great offer ends at midnight tomorrow, January 31st, so act now!
 
 
 
 



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