Friday, February 13, 2009

Six Meals A Day Is The Best Way!

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Q.Glen, How many meals should I eat a Day?

A. Just because we've been raised to eat three big meals a day doesn't mean it's the right way. Research shows the best way to keep your metabolism revved up is to eat small, frequent meals. When you wake up, enjoy a balanced breakfast. Within a few hours, enjoy a mid-morning snack. Come lunchtime, treat yourself to a sandwich and soup or a burger and side salad. By 3:00 or 4:00, you'll be ready for an afternoon snack. Dinner should consist of a protein, a healthy carb and a vegetable. If you get hungry following supper, indulge in a smart dessert like fruit.

Glen's Bottom Line: Eat Eat eat!!

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An Informative Guide: To Mental, Physical, Health, Exercise, Proper Nutrition for Men & Women. And living a Long and Healthy Life Style

Any personal health questions or problems mental or physical or before starting any diet or exercise program.Please consult your physician.

My mission is to provide you with "Trusted Advice for a Healthier Life."

Yours in good health...

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