I always splt my green have a salad every day at lunch and veggies with dinner, and often the lean, too, come to think of it.
I might have some egg beaters at breakfast and fish or chicken for dinner, or I'll have low fat cheese or tuna in my lunch salad and chicken at dinner..
It works fine for me because I can't just eat 7 oz. of shrimp at one sitting anyway...
I regularly add ground turkey to my chili at lunch then deduct the total from my lean at dinner. Sometimes I add eggbeaters at breakfast and deduct them later too. You still get plenty of lean at dinner to stay satisfied.~..
I once asked Nutrisystem about having two different types of lean, and their response was it really shouldn't be done (although, I know many - including myself - do it successfully at times) because the measurements and nutrition don't really equate...
I do it a lot, especially when I travel...meetings with people while on the road often happen over meals so I have to be able to split it up..
Thanks guys, I had a salad with some fat free turkey and then for dinner had some chicken with broccoli. It seems it is working out so if I need to I will!.
Thanks again for the responses! You guys rock as always!..
I think it works fine if you don't mind having to think and remember what you ate earlier, I do it mainly when I am traveling so I can eat with people. It is hard to log sometimes if it is two different leans. I usually get tired of the thinking and go back to the ease of thinking of one meal and what is in it. Recently though I have been having trouble eating 6 times a day and the I meal seems too big all at once, I think I am getting used to the small meals so I am considering spreading it out more and adding some to Medifast foods, like soup so I am not so stuffed at dinner and then too full to eat another Medifast that night. Well I am thinking of this as I write, thankyou for bringing it up, Terry..
I normally have 2 greens at lunch with my lean and have a small salad with my soup in the evening. This works at very well for me...