If your eating schedule has been out of whack due to the pandemic and working from home, here’s some guidance from registered dietitians: Your first meal should be within 30 to 60 minutes of waking up . . . lunch should be four or five hours after that . . . and if you’re getting hungry much sooner, it’s a sign your breakfast was either too small, or it didn’t have a good ratio of food groups.
If your eating schedule has been out of whack, due to the pandemic and working from home, here are some tips from registered dietitians . . .
Based on all that, you should be ready for lunch about four or five hours after breakfast. So if you wake up at 8:00 . . . and eat breakfast at 8:30 . . . your ideal lunchtime is probably somewhere around 1:00 P.M.
But, still, everybody is different, and a lot of factors go into it . . . like your age, your appetite, and how much you move around during the day.
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