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Importance of eating five to six meals every day

               

                   


After about 3 hours without eating, blood sugar level begins to fall from its normal range and after 4 hours, body has digested whatever we eat earlier and after 5 hours body goes into starvation mode and symptoms are a headache, mood changes, fatigue, dizziness, blurry vision, confusion, dilated pupil, tremor, lack of concentration, nervousness, fast heartbeat and feeling anxious and at the same time simultaneously body’s storing mode switch is on, in this condition whatever we eat good or bad a new conflict arises in the body between to convert food into energy or to store for future starvation, in this situation a very limited food converts into energy instead of complete food and a big part of food stores into fat cells and we notice that we over consume foodstuff in this situation, so never starve your body, that is why breakfast is so important after 7-8 hours of sleep without food and eat small frequent meals throughout the day for steady supply of nutrients  to your brain and body for staying lean and healthy.

 



The importance of eating five, six or more meals a day, this pattern of eating is metabolically (means all chemical reactions involved in maintaining the living state of the cell and the organism) beneficial in three ways-

(1) Multiple meals that include starchy carbohydrates help keep insulin constantly present in the body. This powerful growth producing hormone helps make amino acid available to muscle tissue for growth and recovery. Insulin release is triggered by the conversion of carbohydrates into glucose by the liver.
(2)Frequent meals also increase "thermogenesis", the production of body heat from the burning of food for energy. Following a meal, your metabolic rate is elevated, so the more meals you eat, the higher your metabolism stays throughout the day for fat burning and muscle building.

(3)With a constant supply of nutrients, you are never forced into starvation mode. With meals coming at regular intervals, your body learns to process food more efficiently, and as a result, your metabolism is accelerated. 

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