Myth About Obesity

Eating a lot does not always make wide waist.
Who would have thought that people who are obese tend to eat less in a day than normal-weightier? Though based on myths diet that exists so far, the mouth that does not stop chewing is a major factor in obesity.
Is this myth wrong?
The answer is, yes. Not the quantity of food that determines the rise and fall of body weight but calories. People who are obese are proven to consume more calories at each meal. Worse when they do not perform activity to burn off excess the calories. A study found that people who are usually overweight, eat 3 meals a day with sessions once a snack, while, those who are normal weight eat 3 meals a day plus snacks 2 times.
Participants who are found to lose body weight normally eat several times a snack and just eat 1,800 calories a day. While those whose weight remains the same about 1,900 calories.
Do not be afraid to eat snack just make sure you always look for low calorie snacks.

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