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The benefits of eating smaller more frequent meals

Want to gain muscle and lose fat? Try small frequent meals.

Anyone involved with bodybuilding and fitness has heard that you should eat five or six times a day. But, how many people actually do this consistently?

There are many benefits of eating small frequent meals such as boosting metabolism, increased muscle gains, accelerated fat burning, etc.

I don't care if your main goal is to lose weight, gain weight or just to maintain while getting leaner. If you get away from the traditional 3 meals a day and switch to 5 or 6 feedings each and every day you will reach your goal faster.

This does not necessarily mean eating more calories, unless your main goal is to gain weight, it means rather than eating for example 3 meals of 600 calories each, eat 6 meals of 300 calories each. The advantages of this are that you will have better digestion, not feel as hungry, and have more energy throughout the day.

Depending on your goals you should vary your calorie intake, more calories if you are trying to gain weight and less calories if you are trying to lose, but you should always have smaller more frequent meals.

I have seen it work time again and time again, and can say for a fact that if you constantly have 5 to 6 meals a day (eating about every 3 hours) your metabolism with go into high gear and your body will leaner and more muscular even if you made no other changes in your workouts or lifestyle.

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