This study conducted at OSU, sheds some light on the ‘skipping meals will help me lose weight’, train of thought.
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Anyone looking to lose weight knows they have to restrict the amount of calories they consume, but how much and when they restrict those calories can make all the difference. A recent study conducted at Ohio State University has revealed that skipping meals not only leads to abdominal weight gain, but it can also lead to the development of insulin resistance in the liver.
“This does support the notion that small meals throughout the day can be helpful for weight loss, though that may not be practical for many people,” Martha Belury, professor of human nutrition at Ohio State University, said in a statement. “But you definitely don’t want to skip meals to save calories because it sets your body up for larger fluctuations in insulin and glucose and could be setting you up for more fat gain instead of fat loss.”
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I try to explain to people how bad this is for you but they don’t listen. Then after starving themselves they eat anything and everything in sight. Not the way to do it! Thanks for sharing!
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