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Inpired by Pirouline's blog + a personal challenge

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Pirouline wrote that she found the value of eating well first thing in the day tended to result in continued good choices through the rest of the day. I think this is true, yet breakfast is my least thought out meal, and sets the trend for the day negatively.
I have challenged myself that for the next week I will start my day well. I will eat (more) food at breakfast, and make healthful choices. I believe this will naturally control the size of my evening meal, which is always eaten late these days.
Does anyone care to join me on this 7-day challenge?
I have also joined the 5 fruits and veggies challenge because I think adding good nutritional choices will naturally make it easier to lower the number of bad ones.
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  • FROSTY99
    I have read that eating like a King at breakfast and a pauper in the evening is one of the most effective ways to lose weight. Actually I was in the grocery store reading labels last summer and a complete stranger came up to me and proceeded to tell me how she had lost a significant amount of weight using this theory and hadn't changed what she ate as much as when she ate it and it helped her make better choices. Since I didn't know her, I can't verify the validity of it but it is certainly worth a try.

    I love my fruits and veggies so that helps.
    1150 days ago
    I have found a good breakfast and lunch with a lighter evening meal as well as earlier has given me some success. I’ll join you with the fruits & veggie challenge.
    Let’s have a great week. emoticon
    1151 days ago
    For breakfast i have a serving of oatmeal with almond milk and berries or bananas. This keeps me satiated up until late afternoon and it is easy to prepare

    I just scoop a half cup in a bowl with almond milk and nuke it for 2 and a half minutes..add more almond milk and fruit...and eat!
    1151 days ago
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