orphans answered Wednesday July 7 2004, 4:30 pm: No, no, no, no, no. By only eating one meal a day, you are depriving your body of nutrients and energy. Have you been feeling tired lately? It could be a result of only eating once a day. If you are skipping meals to lose weight, remember that food is what keeps your metabolism going, and not feeding yourself isn't healthy. If the reason that you don't eat more than once or twice daily is that you don't have time, or whatever, try to integrate healthy snacks into your day. For example, celery and peanut butter with a piece of fruit could subsitute as a meal, and isn't a lot of trouble to make. Also, it's very important that you eat breakfast. Not doing this will make you drowsy during the day and can lead to weight gain. So, the answer to your question is no. [ orphans's advice column | Ask orphans A Question ]
OxKHoneyxO answered Wednesday July 7 2004, 2:24 pm: I think that isnt good at all you should eat three meals a day because your body wont function correctly because that is what happened to my friend its okay to skip one meal but not two meals you at least need to eat three meals a day to get all the nutrention your bones need.I hope it helps.
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ShOrTnSwEeT42094 answered Wednesday July 7 2004, 12:21 pm: It's really not healthy to eat only once a day.I don't eat much myself,but the trick is to eat several small meals a day.Maybe have 2 or 3 meals a day(or really you could get by with just one big meal a day),and have several small snacks throughout the day.Maybe a few pretzels,or a few strawberries,even a cupcake or 2!;) Whatever you preffer!That way your body isn't going for long periods of time thu the day,being deprived of food!!It's also a great way to keep your energy level up and calm your nerves!! [ ShOrTnSwEeT42094's advice column | Ask ShOrTnSwEeT42094 A Question ]
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