Our expert says:
You may have a slow metabolism that can get away with less food, but the tiredness and nausea after a meal could be due to abnormal insulin production. Just have your blood sugar and fasting insulin levels tested to ensure that there are no problems. If your BMI is within normal limits for your height, and you are not tired or sickly, smaller meals may be sufficient for your body.
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