I used to do that all the time, not to diet, but because I needed more food and protein in the morning. Now that I've discovered Kashi, a cereal with higher protein, my energy level is much better. When I was growing up, on Sunday evenings, my stepfather cooked the meal and we usually had breakfast, which we, as children loved!
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I saw a TV spot about the woman who lost weight eating her dinner at breakfast. I think it was called the "Reverse Diet". They interviewed her husband and he wasn't quite as enthusiastic as she. He said the smell of fish cooking at 6:00 AM was pretty revolting. But, he seemed to love her, and her new figure (she looked great)and was willing to go along with it. They had a couple of kids too, they didn't seem to mind eating dinner at breakfast time. It was actually dinner food she ate in the morning , not a large breakfast. I am not sure I could do this. Has anyone tried it?
Shift work is tough...if you always have the same shift it's fine, but if it changes it can throw you for a loop all kinds of ways. I don't know what's best, food-wise.
But this thread got me thinking about me. I eat a big breakfast (400 calories), a light lunch (300-400 calories), but then a really big dinner (1000 calories). I'm wondering if I shouldn't try to swing that around. I'm at my goal weight but I haven't upped my calorie intake yet, and I'm scared what will happen when I do. But I'm also pretty hungry at night...although that shouldn't be surprising given I don't eat all that much before dinner time.
In our local news last year a lady said she ate her dinner at breakfast time and her breakfast at dinner time . she lost over one hundred pounds in less then a year . she wrote a cookbook and a diet book . do not remember the name of it but am from close to pittsburh pa . so was she .
My schedule has been turned upside down these past few months and my eating is all over the place! Starting a new job where I must pack my meal, however my shift can be 4-9, 9-9 or 8-4. Are there benefits of eating dinner at midday & lunch at 5? Appreciate any suggestions of how to get back on track.
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