This diet sounds like it destroys a lot of dieting paradigms, but the 3-hour diet is really challenging and incredible. It claims that eating often makes us burn more fats. The 3-hour diet is worth examining.
No, it’s not eating for 3 hours each day or even dieting for 3 hours and expect a weght loss, but every three hours each day. Most people will probably find the 3-hour diet most welcome and most natural.
Following this diet plan means eating small meals / snacks 6 times a day-in the morning, mid morning, noon, mid afternoon, supper, and a snack 3 hours before retiring to bed. The mid morning and mid afternoon meals are, of course, mere snacks. The 3-hour diet maintains that this eating pattern keeps the sugar level stable enough to keep metabolism rates up.
There are no specifics as to how much exactly we are going to eat each meal. Keep things balanced, the 3-hour diet theory says, and we’ll start to lose weight and burn fats from the belly first. And there’s not much restrictions on junk or processed foods. All foods are good, says the 3-hour diet program; it’s just a matter of learning and getting used to the proper proportioning and timing.
To get an idea, our three major meals (breakfast, lunch, and supper) should have balanced portions of meat, veggies and fruits, and carbohydrates. Fats are tolerable but should be kept to a tiny limit. Snacks may be fruits, oatmeal cookies, or a slice of chocolate mousse. Thus, the 3-hour diet is quite appealing to most people.
With a formula of dieting, exercising, and eating often, the 3-hour diet is quite revolutionary from what we often hear about food taboos, strict diets of strictly all-natural foods on dieting. The idea behind the 3-hour diet’s tolerance for junk foods is that today we must face the reality that work keeps us out the house most of the day. We have few options aside from eating in fastfood chains and restaurants.
So, we might as well make do with what’s at hand. The important things in keeping a 3-hour diet are proper proportion, timing, and diet enjoyment. Make sure we enjoy and are comfortable with the diet program we’re into. Otherwise, stress would just add to weight gain and uncontrolled eating.
And finally, the 3-hour diet should go hand in hand with proper exercise. The reason we want our metabolism up through frequent eating is to burn more calories and fats during exercise. We don’t want metabolism to plateau and stop burning extra fats regardless of how much we workout. The 3-hour diet plus regular exercises result to fitness.
As always in dieting, starving is not the ultimate answer. The 3-hour diet may spell successful dieting for us as it does for many people. So it’s worth trying for short term effect. Anyway, as it says we won’t lose anything if we eat often except much weight.