Sticking to three square meals may actually promote obesity, a new study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found this week.
In this study, scientists investigated the number of times people ate per day and linked eating frequency with body mass index.
They found that those with a healthy BMI tended to eat three meals and two snacks per day –significantly more than overweight subjects.
However, the researchers emphasize that overweight volunteers tended to eat more calories throughout the day, even though they ate less frequently.
A natural (and effective) weight loss plan that works…