From ancient times until now, a lot of eating is the cause of obesity, but does reduce the meal, while a strict diet may attenuate starve the body? Apparently the answer is NO and starve it to fatten the body.
Our bodies are designed in such a way that is able to keep himself from death. An example is if we had not eaten in a long time, then the end result is death. Because the body tries to keep her dying, then it gives the brain signals the body in the form of hunger, which in essence is telling us to eat immediately, in order to stay alive and not harm the body's condition.
But what happens if we eat less and starve any longer? The body will immediately react to keep order not to die and your metabolism will be slowed as much as possible. Remember, to burn fat needed a high metabolism, so this condition is exactly the opposite of what we want, which burn fat so skinny. Slowed so that the body is not too wasteful of energy throw life-threatening.
After that, it's true body will use fat as energy reserves at a time when critical, but we need to remember, reserve energy is BACKUP to be used in the last moment. So the brain provides another signal to the body, so that at a critical time like this, any food we eat, to be converted into fat, to strengthen our energy reserves. Means that once again, the end result of eating less and hungry is OBESITY. And if passed, then the side effect is damage to body organs including premature aging.
It is also the underlying side effects of yo-yo dieting, which is where after we managed to lose weight for so long but no longer pound weight will go up quite dramatically again. Because at the time we starve, it's all burned which makes our weight down, but the brain signals the change of all the food intake when it becomes fat.
So adjust your diet as possible. Diet does not mean not eating or reduce the frequency of eating. Food choices that must be repaired, rather than reduced.