Complete meals

Studies have shown that eating small meals more frequently helps prevent the habit of overeating. This habit of "little and more frequent meals" also improves the body's metabolism rate.

Not eating "complete meals" or meals that have a balanced "macronutrient ratio" are those that contain correct portions of carbohydrates, proteins and fat. Most people only eat "complete meals" for lunch and dinner and then have 'incomplete meals' at other times.