Meal Times Myth 1A: Eat Many Small Meals Rather Than Three Big Meals
Debate = Many small meals, as opposed to three meals, is supposed to enhance weight loss by making you feel full for longer. In a technical sense, this is supposed to prevent blood glucose from dipping low in between meals, which may cause you to become hungry and overeat during the next main meal. Continue reading →
I often have really interesting conversations with family, friends and people I meet about the big picture strategies and the challenges around adopting the health and wellness lifestyle. I have learned through these conversations that we all want good health, that is indeed obvious, however, we are confused as to what good health is (it really isn’t the absence of poor health,) what are the good health and wellness habits one needs to adopt and how does one adopt these habits and still enjoy life (I am not sure why these are mutually exclusive.)
Invariably though, the conversation will meander to weight loss strategies, so I have put together a 5 part series entitled “Myths and Facts about Weight Loss.” Here are the 5 parts to the series:
Types of Food
Weight Loss Diets
Habits and Belief Systems
We will tackle one myth/fact a day for the next 22 days, in the meantime, feel free to share any myths or facts you would like addressed and I can add them to the series.
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Tomorrow’s Myths/Facts Meal Times: Eat Many Small Meals Rather Than Three Big Meals
Kelly Bonanno wrote the following article you are about to read. I have been barbecuing more than usual this summer and came across a burger recipe that suggested cooking the burgers at a lower temperature. Needless to say, not only do the burgers turn out fantastic, I don’t get to hear “Rob, my burger is burnt, do you happen to have another one I can eat that doesn’t look like a hockey puck?” In this article, Kelly provides some useful tips and explains why barbecuing meat at a lower temperature is healthy for you. Please enjoy the article, barbecuing and of course, your summer! Cheers! Rob