Count your calorie rather that eating little frequently for weight loss
For weight loss its is considered to eat in small quantity throughout the day. But now a new study suggests that it is more important to count your calorie rather that eating little frequently.
If you are planning for weight loss then there’s is one tips you always hear that instead of having large amount of food once, eat in small quantity throughout the day. It helps to boost your metabolism and promotes weight loss. It is always recommended by health experts. But now a new study suggests that it is more important to count your calorie rather that eating little frequently.
The study, published in the journal of the Society for Endocrinology. It was conducted by researchers from the University of Warwick (UK. The main objective of this study was to find that eating frequently affect to health of people or not. The team analyzed 24 lean and obese women. Theses participants we give two or five meals on separate days.
According to previously research conducted that eating one high-fat meal increases inflammation in the body when gut bacteria, called end toxins, enter the blood stream.
Finding of this study suggest that having two meals or five meals in a day does not affect any fat burned. Over the period of 24 hours both women burned same no of calorie. According to Dr. piya there is no effect of size and frequency of meal on your weight loss. Investigator also found that eating more frequently resulted in higher end toxin levels by the end of each day which can cause of type 2 diseases.
So for healthy living you need to have proper diet for weight loss which will help you to be in shape and escape yourself having small meals frequently in every hour.
She says that there will be future research which will focus on the impact of diet, gut flora and calories burned in different people. "By understanding how diet affects inflammatory risk and energy expenditure, we will further our understanding of how we can better target diet intervention on an individual basis," she adds.