How Many Meals Supposed to Eat in a Day?

Question by Chelsea: How many meals supposed to eat in a day?
I’m just wondering…because my stupid friends always tells me I should be eating 5-6 meals a day, and NOT 1 or 2…I think there retarded and CRAZY! I think 1-2 is the right amount..? Am I right…or is my friends right? Cause I really don’t think I want to eat 5 to 6 meals a day…i’ll get FAT! And I’m already fat, my friends thinks I’m crazy cause I think I’m fat at 100 pounds. And think I got a eating disorder…and think I should be BACK in the effing hospital “Adolescent Psychiatry Unit(Psych ward)” No way I’m not going back there, I think i’ll go crazy, cause it’s so boring, and the nurses are so annoying in that unit… :/ Anyways….what do you think? How many meals should I be eating a day?
I’m 16 my heaight is 5’3″ and I weigh 100 pounds….. Yes I know….I’m a fatty….

Best answer:

Answer by Frisco Kid
Three god meals a day should see you right.

Avoid snacking between meals if your concerned about weight and health

Answer by Harry Ball
LOL @ 5 or 6. I’m pretty sure it’s just Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner. I skip breakfast during the week and just each lunch and dinner. On the weekends I only eat dinner. Keeps the fat away.

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