text.skipToContent text.skipToNavigation
15% off your first order when you sign up to our newsletter
Free delivery for orders over $40

Buy More Save More - Save 10% on orders over $70 Save, 15% On Orders Over $100 and Save 20% On orders Over $150 with Code GOLD *Not valid in combination with other promotion or Bundles 

Meal Frequency Impacts Diet Quality

Most people sit down to 3 standard meals a day, but many active adults chasing fitness and physique goals divide those eating occasions into smaller, more frequent meals. An Australian study published in The Journal of Nutrition looks into associations between meal frequency including snacking and the nutritional quality of your diet.
 
Analyzing data from 5,242 adults who provided 24-hour food consumption recalls for the 2011–2012 National Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey, researchers found that a higher frequency of eating occasions was associated with better food variety along with greater consumption of fruit and dairy options. More frequent snacking was associated with higher consumption of added sugars. Read today’s Performance Blog to see how portion size impacts satiety.