I fill in what I've eaten on my nutrition planner right after I eat lunch. I've found that this way, I can keep a close eye on the nutrition values and plan accordingly for my evening meal. Whether I've eaten more than normal for breakfast and lunch, or not eaten enough, I can work my evening meal plan around all those values, and adjust up or down whether it's carbs, fat or protein. I make adjustments to keep me within my calorie range and keep me satisfied with the foods I've chosen.
I've found that for me, this is a no fail method of tracking my food and keeping me in line with calorie intake, carbohydrates, fat and protein grams as outlined on my Nutrition Planner.
I never skip a meal and breakfast is my most important meal of the day.
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When I pack my lunch for work, I make sure I include a zipper bag of baby carrots. They're sweet and crunchy and so good for you. You can dip them in hummus or Greek yogurt or anything other type of healthy dip. You can also substitute celery sticks or green pepper..291
It's perfect in lieu of potato chips or french fries. You can also count them as a veggie when you track your nutrition
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