Myths debunked about meal replacement diets
Meal replacement diets, where some meals are replaced by shakes, bars or soups, are making a comeback. They first took off (pardon the pun) during the first space travel where the public demanded a complete nutritionally complete meal in a single bar or drink. This continued throughout the 70s and 80s but then lost popularity when the public questioned if there was any health benefits after all. Despite this the military still used them.
Swapping some of your usual meals that maybe 500-800 calories with meal replacements helps reduce your daily intake. It makes calorie control a lot easier to control along with portion sizes than trying to calculate.
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