weight loss myths


When it comes to weight loss, the number of myths about how, why, and what goes into building healthy eating habits and practices to do so is bewildering. Here the FT Team demystify the myths about weight loss. Myth 1: Eating small periodic meals is more helpful for weight loss than eating bigger meals spaced farther apart. Fact: The number of meals you eat over a whole day, or a week, is what means most for weight loss—not when you eat them. Whether you eat the conventional three meals a day, or six smaller ones during the day, is up to you. It is advised that you eat something approximately every three hours to support avoid feelings of severe hunger, which oftentimes leads to overeating. Myth 2: You need to drink a specific amount of water to lose weight. Fact: While water influences your body’s hydration, it has no calories…