Bigger meals = fewer snacks?
When I woke up this morning, I found a container of GoodBelly that I hadn’t opened yet and only a few days to drink it!
Then I stirred in 1/2 cup pumpkin, some flax, pumpkin pie spice, a drop of agave nectar and then topped it all with almond butter and raisins. Yum 🙂
It got me thinking about trying to eat bigger meals more often and maybe that way I’d snack less?
When I finally got to work, I had a banana and some black coffee. I did want coffee today!
I didn’t pack my lunch on purpose because I couldn’t decide on anything, so I went to Subway, which I hadn’t done at work in a LONG time.
I got a 6-inch veggie delight sandwich on wheat bread (contains honey). Since half of my mouth was still sort of numb, it took me forever to eat it!
This sandwich contained lettuce, tomatoes, onion, green peppers, banana peppers and mustard. I skipped some of the other veggies since I didn’t want to have to chew anything too crunchy.
I couldn’t pass up the Sun Chips though! 😉
I ate lunch around 1 and it took me a while to eat it. I didn’t feel the need to eat a snack at work that afternoon. So it would seem a bigger breakfast and lunch kept me full longer, hmm…
On the way hope, I picked up some red, red wine.
This was pretty tasty. I think Shiraz is one of my favorite blends of any brand. Plus it’s the name of one of my favorite restaurants, ha ha!
For dinner, I had leftover Indian food, plus a sweet potato with Smart Balance Light and cinnamon.
Do you eat three smaller meals and snacks or three larger meals during the day?
I go back and forth, but most of the time I do the smaller meals and snacks. I’m thinking of changing it up for a while though.