An abnormal increase in insulin in the body means an increase in fat and an inability to break it down. As long as the levels of insulin in the body are elevated, fat deposition is continuous. By eating all the time we keep these levels constantly elevated so that our body is unable to manage the accumulated fat. The resulting weight gain, inflammation and hormonal imbalances created by this condition increase the risk of up to 13 types of cancer. Isnulin also independently of weight and on its own increases cell production and reduces cell death, a condition that is also dangerous for the body. Medically now research is accumulating that shows that frequent meals are not consistent with longevity. Perhaps the only situations where this diet still has a place are in children and athletes due to the overconsumption of nutrients they do with their lifestyle.