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Old 04-28-2016, 06:27 PM   #1
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Default Best Meal Schedule for Weight Gain

The intuitive thing is just to eat constantly, more food=more fat. But "Dr. Feeder" (http://askdrfeeder.dyndns.org/htgf.html) seems to think one huge meal a day is best: "Don't eat too often...always skip breakfast, and even lunch if you can. But when you finally do eat, eat a lot. This will be easy, because you'll be really hungry. Also, your metabolism will have slowed down from your fasting; more of the food will be converted to fat." Anyone have thoughts/personal experiences? BTW, I eat 5 or 6 times a day now, just eating "normally": Breakfast, [morning snack if there will be a long time between breakfast and lunch], lunch, afternoon snack, supper and bedtime snack.
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