I agree with Unicorn. I would have to say: denial!
But mostly, I just feel sad for her. Where is the love in this meal plan? For herself, or food? Fruit is added because for 'extra fiber and vitamins', not because it is delicious or makes her full.
I had Shakshuka for breakfast this morning. I didn't eat it because it gave me vitamin C, and fiber, and healthy fats(although it did). I ate it because the flavors make my mouth sing, and my tummy happy. I'm full for hours after I savor the golden yolk of the egg mixing with the zing of the tomatoes and peppers. And I love popping the circles of bratwurst (Why yes, I add bratwurst to my Shakshuka! Doesn't everyone?) into my mouth and getting that explosion of fat and luscious pork.
I love that Shakshuka, and it loves me back. I ate at 7:00am, and not again until noon. Though I won't say I never snack on cookies, if I eat them, it is because I LOVE COOKIES, and not because I'm dragging and needed a sugar rush.
(Disclaimer: this is when I am eating primally. I am far from perfect and when I'm stressed, I fall into my bad old ways. But even then, I'm usually shovelling cookies into my face from emotional need, not sugar needs. This poor lady seems like she must always be dragging, both because she is not eating enough, and because she's not giving her body enough good fat and protein. 'Cause I agree, two slices of pork tenderloin is NOT enough. Hmmm, unless you slice it length-wise. Now THAT would be a nice slice! )