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Thread: One meal a day!

  1. #41
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    Feb 2012
    Sydney, Australia
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    I find all of your offered responses on here interesting. Every morning before work I have a standard breakfast at about 6.30. This I usually 2 eggs, leftover meat/bacon, parsley and usually fried in butter or coconut oil.

    Through the day I have a green tea, black tea and latte. If I am hungry at lunchtime (12-1pm) then I'll have a teaspoon of nut butter or a teaspoon of EVOO or a little tin of sardines.

    I have all my life not been a lunch eater. So skipping lunch and eating two meals around every 8-12 hours works fine for me. On weekends I never eat lunch. Lunch is a coffee.

    Dinner is always a 4-5 oz piece of meat with 2 veggies, usually something green and some colored. I am at my ideal body composition naturally so Im not trying to lose weight, just stay healthy and clear headed :-).

    Have experimented with some fasting when I feel I've overloaded myself on food and jut want a break.

  2. #42
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    Feb 2013
    west Michigan
    This IF thing rings truly primal to me just like "eat more fat" and "carbs are OK just not processed ones" all does. Hooray!

  3. #43
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    Feb 2013
    Canton, OH
    I'm finding that just switching to Primal 3 weeks ago, I'm naturally only craving one meal a day...dinner. Breakfast is just black coffee...sometimes I'll throw whipping cream in.

    Lunch might be a few veggies and a hard boiled egg or two, but only if I'm hungry.

    Dinner is usually pretty big. Usually a large hunk of meat, steamed veggies, a cup or so of cottage cheese.

    I'm just not hungry during the day, so I'm just following the "eat when you're hungry, don't when you're not" mantra.

  4. #44
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    Feb 2011
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    2 meals a day for me.

    Breakfast at around 6 am and lunch between 1:30 and 2 pm.

    I easily go 7 to 8 hours between breakfast and lunch.

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