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  • Cornelia

    October 18, 2021 at 7:34 pm

    Your best bet will be to eat a really large breakfast prior to heading into the lab. Like a 800-1000 calorie meal depending on what your calorie intake per day is. And then have a snack or two that you can eat on the go like a protein bar and some fruit or a protein shake. And have a normal sized dinner if you have trouble eating large amounts at once I suggest going with calorie dense foods. There is nothing wrong with eating a lot of snacks if they are healthy but often when we are hungry we eat what’s convenient and often that’s not healthy snacks. So preparing yourself for the day and having snacks planned out as well as the main meals. Nobody’s said we need to eat 3 meals and two snacks. What matters is that you eat the calories and macros your body needs.


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