You don't have to starve yourself!
Danielle Nagel explains how eating more often can help you lose or maintain weight.

Eat More, Not Less!
That is exactly what you wanted to hear right? It's true. I'll explain.

There is little mystery to obtaining your ideal weight.

Exercise plays an important role but eating properly and often is crucial to weight control and keeping your energy levels up.

We all know that by consuming more calories than needed, we may gain weight and by eating fewer calories, we may lose.

We all have different dietary needs due to our activity level. Getting to know those needs is how you learn to achieve and maintain your desired weight.

When you starve yourself, you are depriving your body of the calories and nutrients you need! What happens? Your body can fall into a catabolic state where it actually stores calories and fat whenever it can (like the next time you eat) and therefore this can actually cause you to gain weight! To avoid the 'starving and gorging syndrome' plan eating five to six nutritious 'mini meals' daily (about every 2-3 hours).

Healthy mini meals are key to a successful weight loss program. They increase your metabolic rate causing you to burn more calories easier while improving your health and well being.

Plan healthy mini meals every day (and drink plenty of water) and you'll actually lose weight!

Combine this with a proper exercise program and you will get the results you have been looking for - without making major sacrifices or feeling you're on a diet. I also recommend you discuss your diet with a registered dietitian to insure the most effective and healthy diet for you and your family.

Remember that all calories are not created equal. You must cut the fat!
Fat contains more than double the calories of protein and carbohydrates and your body handles its breakdown differently. Low fat diets are best to control your weight because they contain fewer calories. In addition, they discourage the accumulation of body fat. 

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