A hot topic in nutrition groups for a while now has been how many times a day should one eat, and intermittent fasting (IF). Are more meals better, or fewer meals? Should I try IF, or is it bad for me? The problem with these questions is that it all depends on the individual. In a study done by Holmstrup in 2010, he showed that eating fewer meals had better results on insulin production. In normal weight individuals the group consuming six meals had higher glucose and insulin levels than the group that ate 3 meals (Holmstrup, 2010). I took this study a little bit further.
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