by Alejandra "Alex" Ruani — Get free science updates here.
Many people say that you should eat every 2 or 3 hours to “keep your metabolic rate high” and to “enhance fat loss”.
But does your metabolism really go up when you split the same amount of food into regular mini-meals?
In this report, we examine the scientific literature to find out whether this claim is true or not. Prepare to be surprised!
Grab “Do Frequent Meals Raise Your Metabolism?” below:
Conveniently download this 24-page science report. Contains links to extra reading materials and scientific references.
Topics covered in this report:
- A typical scenario to consider
- The risks of giving blanket advice
- The meal frequency dilemma
- What do intervention studies say?
- More recent evidence
- Back to the basics of metabolism
- The 24-hour metabolic formula
- Basal metabolic rate and fat-free mass go hand-in-hand
- Can increasing meal frequency raise your basal metabolic rate?
- What happens to your metabolism when you skip meals?
- Understanding the thermic effect of food
- Can frequent meals increase the thermic effect of food?
- Other supporting evidence
- Your key takeaways
- Learn more
- References and resources
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