Does eating more often can gain you weight?
If you’re eating small frequent meals in a day then it won’t lead to weight gain. But, if you’re eating large frequent meals, that will surely lead to weight gain. Lack of physical activity and eating large frequent meals is not a healthy regime.
By eating small frequent meals in a day, your energy levels and blood sugar levels will be maintained and it also keeps you from over eating. Studies have shown that eating six small meals definitely boosts your metabolism rate.
It really depends on the quality and portion of your meal. If you spread your portion of breakfast, lunch and dinner across five to six meals, coped with the right physical activities or fitness routine, you’ll seldom add weight but rather maintain your current state.
However, if you’ve increased the portion of meals you eat daily by eating more without increasing the amount of physical activity to burn as much calories, you’d be adding more weight.
For me, my weight is directly correlated with the amount of calories that I take. My metabolism is not fast enough to metabolize and use the calories which I intake. It takes its own time and all the extra unwanted calories get deposited as a layer of fat. Within a week of unmonitored eating, I can witness flabby changes in my body.
I really envy peiople with high metabolism rate. No matter how much they eat, there weight seems unmoved.
Eating more might result in weight gain, however, this is not the case always. Weight gain is more related to the kind of food you eat. If you eat more and your food is high in calorie, you will surely gain weight. If the foods you are eating is low in calorie, cabbage for instance, you are less likely to gain weight. If you earn more, eat high calorie food and do not work out, you will surely put on weight.