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Racing Weight: The Myth Of Frequent Eating

Eating frequently won't boost your metabolism, but it can reduce your appetite.

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In this video “Racing Weight” author Matt Fitzgerald dispels the myth that eating frequently boosts your metabolism, but explains how consuming small meals throughout the day tends to reduce your appetite, thus allowing you to stay lean and perform well.

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