Follow The 3 by 3 Meal Frequency Rule
What Is the 3 by 3 and 5 by 9 rule?
Dr Tom Bilella, D.C., C.C.N., answers the question this week
"It’s the way to start strong and stay strong."
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"Dr. Tom tells you why 1:30 just doesn’t work..."
Tom Bilella is the founder and director of the Nutrition Treatment Center located in Red Bank, NJ. He specializes in fatigue, anxiety, depression, weight loss, chronic illness and other ailments that have a nutritional basis for their development and progression. He is the personal consultant to numerous professional athletes who seek his advice for peak performance and optimal health. Tom holds a Masters degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport and has received his post-graduate degree in Chiropractic, graduating cum laude. Tom attained titles as a Certified Nutritional Specialist (C.N.S.), Certified Clinical Nutritionist (C.C.N.) and is also a Diplomat of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition.
[Rob's Note:] There are no accidents as this is exactly what I needed to hear this morning. My intention is to focus on this rule for the next 21 days and make sure that I get my first 3 meals in before 3. I totally agree with the 5 to 6 small meals a day along with an increase in cardio and weight training as being the best way to burn fat. The idea is to increase metabolism through regular eating every 3 to 4 hours along with an increase in exercise.