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Eat Smaller Amounts More Often

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Eating every 3 hours—on average—controls your blood sugar levels to improve concentration and regulate appetite. Frequent eating is like throwing wood on the fire. Digesting food cranks up your metabolism and burns more calories every time you eat. By not eating often, the fire smolders and dies.

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Mark Verstegen – An internationally-recognized leader and innovator in the world of athletic performance training, Mark Verstegen is the founder and president of EXOS.

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Tags: Metabolism, Weight Loss, Food