Friday, June 29, 2007

I will starve or I would need to eat round the clock with this method

Until you become comfortable with the method, the first month or so, you might find it to be true that you are hungry all the time. This is mainly because you are either not eating enough in one sitting or simply unhappy about not eating your old favorites. Once you understand the nuances, you should be in good shape. In fact, I used to starve a lot before and not consume enough food before I started this method, but now I never starve.

Typically, I have three meals a day – breakfast, lunch, and dinner, though many times I need an extra snack in the evening.

For breakfast, I eat 200gms or so sprouted seeds, 2 or 3 fruits of different varieties (apples, oranges, bananas, grapes, papaya etc). If I feel like it, I even eat a handful of nuts. When I do not sprouts on hand, I eat oatmeal with soymilk and raisins. This breakfast is big enough for me and consumed at around 9AM, keeps me going until 1PM or so. I have a half liter bottle of water between 11 and 12 (two hours after eating breakfast). For lunch, I eat rice or 2 to 3 rotis with daal or some vegetarian dish along with a fruit or two. Again, I have liter to liter and half of water around 4PM (the evening round of water routine). If dinner is not ready, I have a snack around 5PM (nuts, fruits etc). Then dinner. A couple hours after consuming dinner, I normally take another half-liter or so of water. I normally sleep by 10 and never have to eat after my dinner at around 6PM and can wait until next day 8 or 9AM (depending on how early I wake up) for breakfast.

The only difference is I no longer starve anymore. I eat whatever I want and as much as I need rather than starve to keep my weight under control.

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