Quality and timing are important to dieting, so choose a variety of whole foods and eat every three to five hours to maintain energy, says registered dietitian Cynthia Sass. The biggest dietary myth is that losing weight is just about "calories in and calories out," Sass says, as research shows diet quality matters because of how food is used by the body.
Whole foods, regular meals are important for health, RD says
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