Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Start with a healthy protein to keep your blood sugar and insulin stable to minimize hunger and excessive eating throughout the whole day
The best lunch is quick and easy. You want to include both veggies and protein at lunch to avoid that mid afternoon slump. Don't forget about the leftovers from last night's dinner as a great option too!
Dinner is a time to relax but it is also the time that is most crucial for minimizing your carbohydrate intake. Remember our "feeding window" or intermittent fast? Make sure you finish eating your dinner within that window and that it is at least 2-3 hours prior to going to bed
It's all about the side dish! That perfect accompaniment to the main course may be veggies, salad, whole grain or healthy carbs depending on your food type!
Ahhhh soup! Winter or summer soup is a great way to control your appetite and fill your belly with warm goodness. A small cup of soup at the beginning of a meal will allow you to eat less while still feeling full!
Snacks are small "meals" between a meal. It is meant to maintain your blood sugar level even so you don't binge later. Choose wisely and remember portion size it is only a snack.
Condiments add a little zest to any meal!