Hi there, I totally agree what Lisa told you (above my post). I wanted to to add a bit of my experience. It may be just me, but I was hungry one morning so I had part of my meat in the morning, then I found I got "disoriented" and somehow ... all my meals went off kilter that day and the next. Maybe it's just me, but I suppose my own lesson is not to change timing of my meals willy-nilly but to change in a planned way and with purpose and reason in mind, and to plan to stick to that new timing, or else have a plan of what I'll do to return to "normal" timing.
But having said that, yes, totally, you can find the timing that works for you, not necessarily the one suggested on the sheet! For example most people split their protein between lunch and dinner. However, try not to eat too many carbs in one go, so if possible, do keep the 2 cups of vegetables separate from the other 2 cups of vegetables (or divide in 1 cup per meals...); that's just to be safe not to overdo carbs in one meal (although for most people it won't matter if they do 4 cups at once, for some it might).
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Last edited by learning to fly : 01-15-2013 at 12:51 AM.