Tapas Diet

Tapas is a Spanish word that means appetizers or snacks. It could be hot or cold small portions of food. Tapas has evolved into a more sophisticated cuisine though, and can be served as meals on its own; or more aptly called mini-meals. At POSH Kubo, we follow the Tapas Diet as a dieting regimen, that is done in conjunction with ‘grazing eating.’ Grazing is a manner of eating wherein you eat small portions but more frequent, in a day. Despite the small portions, with balanced choice of tapas combinations, you can satisfy your appetite in a way that is sufficiently nourishing for the body during the day. Small, frequent tapas intake prevents overeating, as the satiety level is maintained throughout the day; which prevents spiking of blood sugar level.

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