What’s the point of eating 2 meals a day instead of three? This topic is often debated and even surrounded by myths. So let us explain why you should choose to eat two meals a day, how to incorporate it into your lifestyle, and, most importantly, what you should eat for this specific fasting method.
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It’s a fact that the average person eats three meals a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Most people are too afraid to quit eating three meals because of a couple of myths:
Myth #1: You may think that by eating two meals, you’ll go into starvation mode and mess up your metabolism.
Myth #2: You’ll probably get so hungry that it’ll lead to overeating.
Such myths may discourage you from switching to two meals a day but we want to make it clear for you. As long as you’re taking in enough calories and all the necessary nutrients, your metabolism won’t be harmed. Eating 2 meals a day have loads of benefits that include effective weight loss, reduced hunger and snacking habits, muscle preservation, and many more.
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