How often should I eat?

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Kevy

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Posted: 23 Sep 2006, 19:41
I undertand that my meals on the zone should not be more than 5 hours apart, does that include at night time. I mean should I try and not sleep for more than 5 hours at once so that I eat on this sort of timetable or is it just meant to be for the hours that I'm awake which is what I would imagine.

Maybe I just answered my own question! But any other thoughts would be appreciated.

Kevy
lenny

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Posted: 24 Sep 2006, 06:32
i'm not that familiar with the zone but i'd be enormously surprised if the diet wanted you to restrict your sleeping so that you literally ate at a minimum every 5 hours. you'd end up a zombie and that can't be good.
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Bren911

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Posted: 26 Sep 2006, 22:19
Hi there.

You can sleep as long as you like.

A diet should never get in the way of your sleep patterns.
patricia_s

Joined: Mar 13
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Posted: 09 Mar 2013, 22:29
How frequently I eat is every 2-2/12 hours. I don't eat after 6-6:30pm. For breakfast (6-6:30am) I eat 200 calories, for a snack at 9am i eat 200 calories, at 11am i eat 200 calories, for 1pm I eat another 200 calories, at 3pm I eat another 200 calories, at 5 I eat a 500 calorie meal.



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