72. Starvation is Not the Key to a Thinner, Healthier You

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In most cases, you will lose weight if you consume fewer calories a day than you burn off, but how you go about doing this is very complex.

You may think you’re going to lose weight by skipping a snack or even a whole meal entirely, but you’re really doing far more harm than good.

Your brain needs glucose in order to have the ability to keep your appetite in check, so by eating — as long as it’s a healthy item — you’re actually empowering yourself not to binge eat at night.

In fact, most folks who eat fewer than three meals a day actually end up consuming more calories a day.

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