I have had the most weight-loss success when I had lunch for breakfast, dinner for lunch and breakfast for dinner. That way, my lightest meal is at night and I wake up hungry ready to eat breakfast (or lunch).
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If things aren't working for you the way they have been - don't get frustrated- just flip things around. If you normally eat a big dinner, switch it up and have your largest meal for breakfast. If you normally work out at night, switch it up and work out in the morning.
I've read it before, but it is working for me. Change your food choices and exercise around--don't get in a rut because your body follows that rut. I have added some regular foods (some that I avoided because of calories) and switched around the times I eat things. I also played around with my workouts--and have lost 9.6 pounds in the past two weeks.
I think our body starts finding us to be predictable and doesn't let us lose when we don't surprise it from time to time. It is easy to stick with the same foods and activities, but prevents us from getting to our goals as efficiently as we might like.
When things get boring and you are in a rut, change it up! I find it a welcome change to have breakfast for dinner, dinner for lunch, and lunch for breakfast. Switch it around and see what happens. It might make you think of some changes to your meals that you hadn't thought of previously.
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