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UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
4/17/13 1:39 A

Spark meal plans don't say what time to eat the snacks.

There should be food suggested for the four meal groups - breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack. You can split up the snack suggestions into 2 or 3 snack breaks, or you can eat it all at one snack break. Whatever works for you.

There is no truth to that old diet adage and Spark does not endorse stopping eating at any particular time of day as a weight management strategy.

DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 26,633
4/16/13 8:47 P

What plans are you using: regular, diabetes, heart health??
Our plans do include snacks---giving you the option of placing where you want.

Do you see no snacks listed in your meal plans?
Becky

DOE1164 Posts: 100
4/16/13 6:10 P

I've noticed the menu plans you can go by here don't include an evening snack. What is the reason for this? Is it following that adage which says it's not good for weight loss to eat after supper?

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