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    Re: Eating on time

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    Re: Eating on time

    I have schedule a nutrition appointment for tomorrow through my gym, I have some extra weight I want to drop, and it really doesn't make any sense to be working out without a proper nutritional plan.




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    Re: Eating on time

    Its imperative that one takes a heavy or indulgent meal in the morning and then taper off towards smaller more nutritious meals during lunch and supper. Its advisable to stay hydrated by drinking small amounts of water spread out throughout the day.

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    Its imperative that one takes a heavy or indulgent meal in the morning and then taper off towards smaller more nutritious meals during lunch and supper. Its advisable to stay hydrated by drinking small amounts of water spread out throughout the day.

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    Its imperative that one takes a heavy or indulgent meal in the morning and then taper off towards smaller more nutritious meals during lunch and supper. Its advisable to stay hydrated by drinking small amounts of water spread out throughout the day.




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    Re: Eating on time

    Smaller meals good for ur stomach coz it will not grow




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    Re: Eating on time

    Definitely more important what rather than when but in a perfect situation, hit the carbs before and after training.


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    Re: Eating on time

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Pietaro View Post
    Definitely more important what rather than when but in a perfect situation, hit the carbs before and after training.
    Totally agree!




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    Re: Eating on time

    Avoiding the carbs and the rice and bread is a good start, but you are correct in that it is more than that when you have to think about the timing. These are usually the things that I grab in a hurry, so it makes planning that much more important.




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    Re: Eating on time

    In my opinion each person has his own body clock for eating. I for one eats breakfast at 6AM and I don't eat lunch, I just take a snack at about 3-4PM and eat dinner at 7-8PM and a midnight snack at about 1-2AM. Skipping a meal like lunch helps me to flatten my stomach. I've been doing this for 2 years now and I've lost 40lbs since then. Now I'm maintaining my weight at about 180 pounds but my ideal is St 175 pounds.




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    Re: Eating on time

    I agree with this. What I did was, I created a regular meal schedule for myself, and I do my very best to stick with it. I have this habit of carrying bite-sized snacks if ever a particular task intervenes with my meal time. Bringing a healthy snack with you at all times, like an apple, is a great way to ward off hunger like when traveling.




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    Re: Eating on time

    One way to get your mind off food, would be to eat more often, but go for smaller amounts of food - if you are always hungry all the time, you can just eat 3 mini meals, and have snacks in between.




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    Re: Eating on time

    Quote Originally Posted by Folk Artist View Post
    One way to get your mind off food, would be to eat more often, but go for smaller amounts of food - if you are always hungry all the time, you can just eat 3 mini meals, and have snacks in between.
    For those with issues with their stomach like gastritis or even ulcer, the prescription is to eat 5 to 6 small meals a day. It's like you have to eat every 3 hours and the gap between eating should not exceed 4 hours so that the acid will not be capable of building up. For those who are on a diet the small meals can be smaller or augmented with crackers.






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