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What are your thoughts on the ‘eat heavier/savory meals’ earlier in the day philosophy? Does it matter, and how does it relate to the fitness program we are following (if any)? A couple times last week I switched it up and did salads for dinner followed by a fruit snack later. Considering I grew up in a household who usually does hot/savory meals for dinner, I was pleasantly surprised...

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Rachel FassioFit Pro
Head Instructor & Clinical Nutritionist

I‘d say that it doesn’t matter a ton, but it does some for sure.. Going to bed after a super heavy meal may affect your sleep quality thus impacting your hunger levels the next day (& your mood).

So I‘d recommend you go with a great breakfast, modest lunch and light dinner OR great breakfast, modest lunch & modest dinner.


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