i was wondering how to fit in the 5 small meals and what they should be in my busy schedule. during the week i wake up at 6 get to school at 7:15 and i have a period 1 hour long with a 5 min passing period and a 35 min lunch. on monday - wendsday im at school until 4 doing math and the rest of the week i walk home and it rakes 30 min. when i get home i have to do 1hr and 30 min of homework also on monday im out of the house from 6:45 pm to 9;00 pm then i must get to bed so i can get up at 6 the next morning. i am completely wiling to make any changes needed to do so so i can loose weight.
I can understand your concerns since you have a really busy schedule. You could take with you roasted snacks, salads, fruits, sprouts etc. You could take these with you in small lunch boxes which you can pack the previous night. Today you also get off-the shelf options. You could also take a cup of low fat yoghurt, a low calorie sandwich, a small bottle of low calorie milk etc. There are many such options. Just remember to take them when you have a short break.
Along with this diet control you need to exercise. If you lead a busy life, then walk to work, or to bus stand etc, climb stairs instead of using lifts, walk while talking on cell phone, or briskly walk to any place you are going to. See how you can change your lifestyle to incorporate exercise. Hope this helps! Take care!
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