Do you roll through the drive-thru for a quick breakfast and coffee and then find yourself overcome by hunger by lunchtime?
Editor-in-chief of Best Health Magazine Bonnie Munday stopped by Breakfast Television Wednesday and explained that long stretches between meals can sabotage efforts to maintain a healthy weight.
“It stops the peaks and the dips that you get with your blood sugar if you eat regularly through the day,” she said.
That means eating a healthy snack or meal every three to four hours.
Munday outlined some common meal mistakes we make and how to correct them with better choices.
Watch the attached video for some suggestions on how to improve your eating schedule and what you choose for snacks. You can also click here for more information.