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    Is eating regularly throughout the day better than not eating a lot in the morning and then eating a lot more later on in the day?
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    I think that this 1 is still highly debateable everyone seems to have a different opinion on it, however I suppose different eating habits will suit different people. My advice would be to try different methods over a period of time each say try 1 method for 2/3 months and if that 1 doesnt suit you then try another method for a simialr time period.
    With asking this question are you trying to achieve something in particular like weight loss/gain or just asking out of curiosity?
    Me personally I eat breakfast around 7am, have a banana around 10-11am, eat lunch around 12-230pm have another banana around 4.30-5pm eat an apple around 6pm have some nuts around 7pm eat tea around 8pm and sometimes have an orange around 10-11pm.

    Our body needs energy to get through the day and this energy comes from our food. It is important to eat regular smaller meals punctuated by snacks to ensure your body gets the energy it needs. Healthy snacks are good as they prevent hunger pangs between meals and overindulging at main meals. It is recommended that you spread your food intake over five to six smaller meals and snacks, rather indulging in our traditional eating pattern of three large main meals a day.
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