I think that the fact that you are tracking what you are eating and taking a good look at it is an excellent first step.
I think that snacking can be a valid food plan if you need that in your schedule, but you probably need to think about a greater variety of snacks that covers more nutrients.
Some higher protein snacks could include hard boiled eggs (but mostly throw away the yolk), some lowfat cheeses (such as mini-baby-bel light which is wrapped to go, yogurt (but this is still fairly high carb), almonds (which are higher fat), snack shakes (I love Glucerna chocolate flavor - just look for one that is not too many calories and has some fiber if possible)
I can think of more later but I have to run out...
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Hi ya'll I honestly thought I was eating healthy with my snacking. I work 12.5 hour days and there is not always (hardly never) time for a brakfast, lunch or dinner break. I took fruit and fiber cereal to work. My carbs were off the chart. I almost got depressed. Any suggestions.
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