Natural Male Enhancement – 4 Things You Have To Do Everyday To Make Your Penis Grow Bigger

You want that impressive flaccid and erected penis size that makes you feel more confident, that makes you have lights-out sex, and that makes HER sweat, scratch, and scream with mind-blowing orgasms? Well, natural male enhancement is the only thing that can take you from below average or average to having a penis size that other men dream of having. You can make this happen, and you DO NOT have to shell out a ton of money or put yourself at risk either!

Take a few minutes out of your day to read this article here and learn more about the 4 things you have to do everyday to help make your penis grow bigger, stronger, healthier… and as a side-effect… make your overall health better as well!

Drink A Lot Of This…

One of the most important steps in making sure that natural male enhancement is highly effective is to ensure that you cleanse your body and keep blood flowing properly. One thing that can help that is by drinking A LOT of water each day.

When you drink plenty of water, you help cleanse your body of dangerous and harmful toxins that can not only hinder your progress with getting a bigger penis, getting harder erections, and having normal functioning ejaculation, harmful toxins can (and will) also damage your overall health as well.

Drink at least 1/2 your body weight in ounces of water daily for best results.

Take These 3 Supplements…

1. Apple cider vinegar. And the reason why is for about a BILLION reasons! This stuff is SUPER… to say the least! Not only will it help improve blood circulation so that you can easily naturally enhance your penis size, it also improves EVERY area of your body (inside and out).

For best results, I recommend that you get the organic type that contains a particular substance called “the mother”. The brand that I use is called Bragg.

2. Ginger root. This natural herb is highly beneficial in that acts as a natural blood thinner. A supplement like this is not just good for growing a bigger penis, it also will help decrease blood pressure and cholesterol levels as well. Ginger root is available as a food or in supplement form.

3. Cayenne pepper. And the reason why is because cayenne pepper contains called capsaicin… and this will also help in improving blood circulation among other things. You can get cayenne pepper in either pill form or powder form to shake on some of your favorite foods.

Eat These Types Of Foods…

To help a natural enhancement method be even more effective, and to help improve your overall health, the types of foods that I recommend you get more of on a daily basis are raw vegetables.

RAW vegetables (such as carrots, cucumbers, broccoli, dark leafy lettuce like romaine, tomatoes, etc.) have a number of health benefits (obviously), but in the case of us men that want to get a bigger penis, these vegetables will help tremendously with blood circulation, detox, delivering key nutrients to your penile shaft, semen production, and more.

Do The Most Effective Natural Method…

Everything above won’t matter in helping you get a bigger penis size if you aren’t doing the right enlargement method to begin with.

For starter’s, I strongly advise that you steer clear of any type of dangerous and ineffective method. Methods I’m referring to is anything that requires you to attach some type of tool onto your manhood or go in for some type of surgical procedure.

Dangerous enlargement will not work effectively, and as a negative bonus, those methods will cause you a plethora of side-effects (and some of these side-effects are PERMANENT… such as developing a deformed penis)!

The most natural and most guaranteed effective method for increasing your penis erection (with both length and girth), increasing you flaccid hanging size to make you well hung when not erected (this was a HUGE benefit for me personally), and making you a BOSS in the bedroom (such as lasting longer during sex, having explosive orgasms, having the ability to do ALL types of sex positions due to a bigger size, and more), is a natural penis exercise program.

These routines that are in the best penis exercise programs are stupid simple to do, it only take minutes to complete a full routine, they can be done in privacy, and they are 100% safe (no side-effects and permanent growth).

In just about 8 weeks time, natural penis exercises enabled me to grow from 5 1/2 inches erected to 7 1/2 inches erected, plus I quadrupled how long I last during sex, my flaccid size hangs much lower (I use to have that pathetic “hidden” soft flaccid penis that was about an inch), my ejaculate release is ridiculously explosive, and my results have lasted permanently (which has been 2 years so far).

What can these routines do for you?

Well, this all depends on which program you choose, how consistent you are, and if you follow those other 3 tips I mentioned above. So, choose the right program, drink more water, take those supplements I talked about, eat more raw vegetables, and make sure you stay consistent. If you do this, you can see amazing results within the first 3 weeks, and you can grow up to an extra 4 inches within 8-12 weeks.

Are There Any Grocery Store Foods Comparable to Medifast?

I sometimes have people ask me if there is any way that someone can replicate the medifast diet on their own. I find that many people who ask this question feel that they can save some money by doing this. In my experience, not only is this not the case, but finding healthy foods that are low enough in calories, carbs, and sugars while still high in protein is a very tall order. And, in my opinion, this is going to be needed in order to have the results that you would get on medifast. You’ll need to be able to get in ketosis in the same way that you would on the diet and this combination can be quite difficult (and expensive) to find in the grocery or health food store. To demonstrate this point, in the following article, I’ll show you some comparisons between medifast foods and popular grocery store items.

Finding Something Comparable To Medifast Oatmeal: Probably the breakfast item that I enjoy the most on this diet is the oatmeal. I know that some people ask me if you can find something similar at the market, but, if there is an alternative, I haven’t found it. The diet oatmeal has only 100 calories, 15 grams of carbs, one gram of sugar, and 11 grams of protein. In contrast, Quaker brand has (depending on the flavor) 120 calories, 27 carbohydrates and a high 12 grams of sugar. There is only 3 grams of protein. If you look, you’ll likely see that it’s very difficult to find a similar oatmeal with the same ratios.

Is There Anything Similar To The Medifast Brownie?: If there is, I haven’t found it either. The diet brownie can be served warm and is pretty decadent tasting, yet it only had 110 calories, 15 grams of carbs, 8 of sugar, and 11 of protein. Granted, this product is a bit higher in sugar, but this is factored into the diet and I can’t imagine finding another brownie product that is this high in protein while being lower in sugar. I’m very impressed that you’re able to eat a brownie while on this diet. Not only that, but there’s no restriction on this meal. You can enjoy it quite often if you like it.

Are There Any Compatible Medifast Shakes?: This is the question that I’m most often asked. And I’ve looked at several, which have come up short of my criteria. The 55 shakes that are in the women’s basic package have only 90 calories, 15 carbs, 8 sugars, and 11 proteins. Compare this with special K shakes which have not only 180 calories, but also about ten grams more of sugar, and about 16 more of carbs. Some of the slim fast shakes contain a whopping excess of 200 calories, 20 grams of fat, and 40 grams of carbs.

Grocery Store Bars As Opposed To The Medifast Bars: This diet does have a maintenance bar that is limited to only one per day because the calories, carbs, and sugars are a bit higher. But the crunch bars, which are also quite good, are not limited in this way. Like the other foods, they barely break the 100 calorie mark and only have 12 carbs, two sugars, and 11 grams of protein. Compare that with a bar like Kashi’s or special K which has between 11 – 13 grams of sugar.

People will often ask me things like “does 10 additional grams of sugar or carbohydrates really make that much of a difference?” In terms of ketosis, it really can. Every gram counts here and it’s very important to get the right ratio of these things with a high enough amount of protein if you’re trying to get into fat burning mode. And, as you can have these differences in each of the six meals, over the course of the day, you really can see a very big difference in what you are taking in.

Do You Really Save Any Money At The Grocery Store?: As I said, many people are looking for an alternative because they are trying to save money. In my experience, most anything that is remotely comparable is going to be a very specialized product that is going to be much more expensive than typical groceries. Since with coupon codes you can often get the cost of medifast meals down to just a little over $2, you might not save as much as you think, if anything at all depending on where you live. Not only that, you might still be walking away with more calories, carbohydrates, and sugars (and less proteins) than you would if you went with the diet.

Dirty Dining: Restaurants work to avoid food temp ‘danger zone’

May 05, 2017 07:24 PM

In this week’s Dirty Dining report, we investigated the importance of food temperature.

If you don’t give it much thought, you should. One recent incident that illustrates the importance of temperature occurred last Thanksgiving when 260 people got sick after eating at Golden Ponds. Health investigators found the source was underheated gravy that was teeming with bacteria.

Consumer Investigator Deanna Dewberry combed through a week of inspection reports and found that for eight of nine restaurants with a critical violation that involved food handling, the problem was food temperature.

For restaurants big and small – from chains to mom and pop diners – keeping food hot enough or cold enough was a challenge. And experts say that’s potentially a very big problem.

“Bacteria grow well in what we call the temperature danger zone and that’s 45 (degrees) to 140 (degrees),” said Peter Castronovo of the Department of Environmental Health and Safety.

The goal is to keep food hotter or colder than the danger zone. So there were particular concerns when Bay Trail Middle school was dinged for food that wasn’t cold enough. But Nancy Bradstreet, Director of Communications for Penfield schools, says this problem was easily repaired and no kids were at risk.

Bradstreet said,”…the milk cooler at Bay Trail Middle School was malfunctioning and was five degrees above the proper temperature. The milk was immediately removed and placed in another cooler at the proper temperature.”

At Golden Boys Family Restaurant, Monroe’s Catering, Cosimo’s Pizza, and El Divino Restaurant, inspectors also found food wasn’t cold enough. The owners at Cosimos and El Divino both told News10NBC they fixed the problem on the spot. The other restaurant owners didn’t immediately return the station’s calls but records indicate they corrected the issues.

Inspectors found problems with keeping food hot enough at Boston Market #1412. When News10NBC called the managers referred them to their corporate office. The corporate office didn’t immediately return calls, but health inspection records indicate all is fixed.

Zoc’s got red tagged for the risk of cross contamination of cooked and raw food. The owner says fixing the problem was easy. He simply moved the raw eggs to another shelf in the fridge.

At Lovin’ Cup inspectors weren’t loving the way cooks cooled the chicken. Inspectors say cooling hot food can present a number of challenges.  It needs to be cooled quickly to foods being in the danger zone for too long.

“Improper cooling is a big thing,” said Castronovo. “People don’t realize that you need to cool leftovers very very quickly.”

But  one of the restaurant’s co-owners points out that the chicken in question was not dangerous.  Eric Ward, co-owner of the restaurant said the inspector told him he didn’t have to throw it out. Instead she told them to cool it differently in the future.

“We’re completely confident in the way we handle food on a day-to-day basis. We’ve been doing great business for nine years, and we’ve never had one violation  — period,” said Ward.

Before you go out to eat, consider our advice.  Here’s Deanna’s Do List.

1. Check the restaurants inspection record.

Spring Clean Your Home and Your Life with These Expert Tips

It’s spring again. A great time of year to declutter, reorganize, and refocus. With the season of renewal now in full swing, we turned to four experts to give us tips on spring cleaning four important areas of our lives—our diet, our fitness regimen, our mind, and of course our home. Are you ready to start cleaning? Let’s go!


Photo Credit: Jenne Claiborne

If you’re trying to spring clean your diet, go for the gut first. People are feeling sluggish and bloated because their digestion is messed up. The best thing to do is detox by using food—specifically by eating more fiber, which helps you to be regular. Fiber rich foods like leafy greens, fruit, brown rice, grains, legumes, and even mushrooms provide healthy bacteria that help your digestion and immune system. Also, I suggest cleaning out your fridge and pantry. If you have unhealthy, processed foods in your house, then you’re more likely to eat it. Give it away, compost it.

Replace it with foods that are healthy and wholesome. And don’t think that you have to give up snacking. Just swap the junk food for raw nuts and seeds, fruit, hummus with raw vegetables, and whole grain crackers. Replace soda and juice with unsweetened tea and water—which you can add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar (ACV) to an 8-ounce glass once a day. ACV is good for digestion; helps keep your blood sugar under control, and can help you lose weight.

Jenné Claiborne, Health Coach, Vegan Chef, Blogger, Author of the upcoming book, “Sweet Potato Soul,”


Photo Credit: Ciji Carr-McManus

This time of year is perfect because it gives us more opportunities to engage in outdoor workout routines. Exercising outside not only gives you a change in scenery, but it also allows you to enjoy the fresh air and great weather.  You can go for a long bike ride, enjoy a jog through the park, or take a nice walk around your neighborhood. It’s good to change up your exercise routines and think of new ways to spice things up because if exercising feels like a chore, you’re not going to want to do it.

Try to make it fun. Add a dance class for more cardio or beef up your weight training by adding a timed circuit routine. I also encourage people to set a list of preliminary goals that lead to one final fitness goal. For example, if want to lose 50 pounds, then create a realistic timeline, and work toward achieving that goal. Tracking your progress via journal or video blog is another way to help you stay motivated, recognize your accomplishments, and identify areas where you’ve remained stagnant or plateaued.

Ciji Carr-McManus, Creator and Founder of Charged Up Dance Fitness, 


Photo Credit: Monica T. Campbell, Ph.D.

To declutter our minds and relieve stress and anxiety, we need to do more self- care and find time to center and calm ourselves. We are busy doing things for other people but we don’t prioritize ourselves first. Self-care can be anything from having a regular exercise routine, getting enough sleep, and meditating, which allows us to focus on the present moment and not worry about what possibly could happen in the future. We should also try to unplug and step away from our electronic devices. Being plugged into all the information that we have at our fingertips all the time can lead to stress.

I also recommend journaling to spring clean your mind. It’s a great way to catch any negative thoughts you’re having. When you notice that you’re having a shift in mood, that’s a good time to check in and focus on what you’re telling yourself in that moment. I challenge people to write down those thoughts and investigate them. Don’t take them at face value. And if you want to deconstruct some of that negative thinking, a licensed therapist can help you do that. Sometimes there’s a lot of stigma in the black community about seeking help. But it’s a healthy way to cope with how you’re feeling and find new solutions to some of the challenge you’re having.

Monica T. Campbell, Ph.D., Licensed psychologist,


Photo Credit: Jodie Watson

Once the days become warmer and longer, it motivates us to take care of what we may have neglected during our winter hibernation. Depending on the size of your place, if you can devote an entire week to spring cleaning and organizing, that’s great. But if don’t have that kind of time, devoting a few weekends or portions of the weekend is fine. Part of spring-cleaning is dusting and scrubbing the areas that you normally don’t get to, like the bottoms of closets, under your bed, in between couch cushions, and the tops of furniture.

It’s also about purging and sorting through items you might not get to on a regular basis. Hit the three main areas first, your kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom, and then move on to the other areas of your home. Clutter and mess weighs us down and can be stressful and overwhelming. So once you’ve completed your spring-cleaning, you’re going to have a sense of accomplishment, a feeling of being more in control of your space and more at peace. It will definitely enhance your mood make you feel lighter and brighter.

Jodie Watson, Founder and President of Supreme Organization, Author of “Purge With Passion,”

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Fresh Produce Quality Specifications – Tomato

This document is a guide to the key quality criteria which should be observed when purchasing and supplying tomatoes and is the first in a series of fresh produce quality specifications that will be produced and published over the coming months.

Please be aware that these specifications only reflect what our inspectors and technical staff would consider to be well established industry standards, commonly held knowledge and our own expertise in having conducted thousands of food quality inspections over the past 20 years throughout the UK food industry. If we have made any direct reference to another source it will be referenced clearly within the text.

Size Requirements for Tomatoes

These fruit are typically supplied in grades which are fairly well recognised in the fruit trade, with the following sizes being the most usual:

Size MMM: 40mm – 47mm

Size MM: 47mm – 57mm

Size M: 57mm – 67mm

Common Pack Sizes

Tomatoes are usually distributed in open topped corrugated cardboard boxes of 6kg. They will often be further packaged for distribution within the UK depending upon the industry sector being supplied, often seen in 1kg bags or punnets. Cherry tomatoes are often seen in punnets of 250g, packed 12 to a box.

Common Quality Defects Found in Tomatoes

We break quality defects typically into major and minor categories, with no tolerance recommended for the former, and a small tolerance recommended in the latter. This tolerance would typically be in the region of 5% – 10% of a pack by either weight or count.

  • Major Defects
  • Mould / Rot / Breakdown affecting the fruit
  • Pests or Insects other than an occasional single pest
  • Disease / Fungal Growth

Minor Defects

  • Sizes outside of the stated grade (see above)
  • Colour not meeting the specific ripeness requirements for the customer
  • Surface Scarring or Russetting
  • Minor cracks to the Surface
  • Minor signs of age such as wrinkling and softening fruit

Distribution Temperatures for Tomatoes

Distribution temperatures for this product are usually between 12C – 15C It should be noted here, that in most mixed product distribution scenarios, Tomato along with most other fresh produce is grouped into the chilled storage and distribution network which would be expected to run below 6C.

Common Countries of Origin for Tomato

  • The Netherlands
  • Spain
  • The United Kingdom
  • Canary Islands

This quality specification is a good starting point to setting out your quality requirements for tomatoes, but does not cover any of the food safety systems for production and handling, or any of the nutritional information which would be expected as part of a full technical specification. Feel free to contact us if you need more information.

Health inspector finds evidence of pests, raw meat on the floor, leaking pipes at area restaurants

Two Chattanooga area restaurants nearly failed their health inspection this week as the health inspector found pests, dirt build-up and raw meat stored on the floor. 

The Soho Hibachi in Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. was one point away from failing this week’s health inspection — any score below a 70 is considered failing — as the restaurant barely passed with a 70. 

The health inspector found evidence of pests, a heavy build-up of dirt, food and other debris on all floors and walls, as well as under and behind all equipment, holes in the walls, mold-like build-up was visible between the vegetable sink and shelving units and can’t be properly cleaned because of the material that is used and food being heated and cooled at improper temperatures.

Station House was just four points away from failing with a 73. The restaurant was cited for employees changing tasks with gloves so the gloves were removed but employees did not wash their hands, an employee also handled a sandwich barehanded, bags of deli meats were in food bags that did not have a date marked and raw meat was stored on the floor. 

El Meson wasn’t a near-failure, but the restaurant was cited for severals surfaces dirty in the kitchen, plastic bags used as sink stoppers, grease build up on the wall and ceiling, pans stacked on wet shelves, poor ventilation and pipes leaking below the dishwasher. El Meson initially scored an 82, but the score was later corrected to a 96. 

McDonald’s on Dayton Blvd., Bar Louie and Geeges Deli & Bakery also received citations in this week’s report card, but all three scored above an 86. 

Reports 5.5.17

School Facilities:

95 Berean Academy 41 Berean Lane

96 McCallie School 500 Dodds Avenue

99 Bright School 1950 Hixson Pike

100 Notre Dame High School 2701 Vermont Avenue

100 Brainerd High School 1020 N. Moore Road

School Cafeterias:

99 Bright School 1950 Hixson Pike

100 Notre Dame High School 2701 Vermont Avenue

100 Berean Academy 41 Berean Lane


91 La Quinta Inn 7015 Shallowford Road

96 Hampton Inn 7013 Shallowford Road

98 Comfort Inn & Suites 2341 Shallowford Road


70 Soho Hibachi 1014 Battlefield Pkwy.; reasons including extremely heavy build-up of dirt, food

and other debris on all floors and walls as well as under and behind all equipment, holes in the

walls and evidence of pests, mold-like build-up is visible between the vegetable sink and shelving

units and can’t be properly cleaned because of material that is used, food being heated and cooled

at improper temperatures.

73 Station House 123 N. Chattanooga Street, LaFayette; reasons including employee change tasks

with gloves so the gloves were removed but no hand washing took place, employee handle a

sandwich barehanded, bags of deli meats in food bags not date marked and raw meat stored on the


82 El Meson 2204 Hamilton Place Blvd.; reasons including several surfaces dirty in kitchen,

plastic bags used as sink stoppers, grease build up on wall and ceiling, pans stacked wet on

shelves, pipes leaking below dishwasher, poor ventilation. Corrected to 92.

86 El Metate 9332 Dayton Pike; reasons including no sanitizer in dishwasher, employees with

dirty aprons, dirty wiping cloths on counter (customer complaint that illness was caused after

eating beef tacos). Corrected to 96.

87 Bar Louie 2100 Hamilton Place Blvd.; reasons including gaskets in poor repair on equipment,

no soap at hand sink.

88 McDonald’s 2003 Dayton Blvd.; reasons including raw eggs stored over lettuce, ice scoop

stored in in ice machine, wet wiping cloths not stored in sanitizer buckets, multiple dirty surfaces.

89 Geeges Deli & Bakery 4717 Highway 58; reasons including hood with excessive grease, food

debris build up around and under units.

93 Sunset BBQ 964 Dodson Avenue

93 Mellow Mushroom 2318 Lifestyle Way

93 Big Chill 103 Cherokee Blvd.

94 Countryside Cafe 8223 Mahan Gap Road

94 Armando’s 4783 Highway 58

94 Hooter’s Restaurant 5912 Brainerd Road

95 Las Margaritas II 460 Skyview Drive

95 Fuji Steakhouse 5437 Highway 153

95 Cheddar’s 2014 Gunbarrel Road

96 Main Street Meats 217 Main Street

96 Great Wraps 2100 Hamilton Place Blvd.

96 Firehouse Subs 1820 Gunbarrel Road

97 Waffle House 102 Signal Mountain Road

97 Big River 2020 Hamilton Place Blvd.

97 Mexi Wings VII 5733 Brainerd Road

97 McAlister’s 541 Signal Mountain Blvd.

98 Armando’s 4783 Highway 58

98 Huddle House 9401 Reco Drive

98 Hibachi Express 7401 East Brainerd Road

98 Little Caesar’s 7601 East Brainerd Road

98 Hardee’s 9398 Reco Drive

98 Momo Hibachi 9332 Dayton Pike

98 The Local Juicery & Kitchen 48 E. Main Street

99 Ankar’s 5018 Hixson Pike

99 Local Slice 113 Hill Road

99 Outback Steakhouse 501 Northgate

99 KFC 7428 East Brainerd Road

99 Dunkin Donuts 5311 Highway 153

99 Dave’s Spiced Right BBQ 12914 Highway 58

100 Wendy’s 418 Cumberland Avenue

100 Burger King 6236 Lee Highway

100 Wendy’s 9362 Dayton Pike

100 Casual Pint 5550 Highway 153

100 Bojangles 7987 East Brainerd Road

100 Smoothie King 1913 Gunbarrel Road

100 Grilled Cheese Emergency 2213 Polymer Drive

100 Thai Tea 66 Angel Oak Way

100 Chick-N-Nooga 408 Fern Trail

100 Starbucks 2217 Hamilton Place Blvd.

100 2 Sons 422 E MLK Blvd.











How My Eyes Changed on a Raw Food Diet

How My Eyes Changed on a Raw Food Diet

You’ve probably heard of Iridology, a scientific field which teaches that each part of your body and organs is reflected in your eyes. It’s a bit like reflexology, where your body is mapped out on your foot, only this is in your eyes. Using iridology, you can see if there are internal problems. If your body and colon is clogged up with toxins like heavy metals, overgrowth of candida etc. then this will be reflected in your eyes; you’ll see different coloured spots of different sizes, and the white area will be full of red lines. Also the entire eye will look dull and lifeless because your body doesn’t have life, and your eyes won’t have that special sparkle. If you are interested and would like to learn more about what your eyes are reflecting internally, you should consider visiting a professional iridologist.

They say our eyes are the windows to our soul. I believe this is true. When you feel cleaner and more beautiful on the inside, your inner beauty shines through your soul and through your eyes.

So if you look in the mirror and you don’t see that shine or that clarity in your eyes anymore, chances are your body and your colon need a good clean out. You do this by simply choosing to nourish your cells with fruit and vegetables, with a high emphasis on raw living foods. These foods will literally give your internal organs a bath and allow your body the chance to naturally detoxify and rid itself of excess toxins. Focus on water-rich, hydrating fruits like melons, berries, mangoes, papayas and mineral-rich leafy greens like arugula, spinach, kale and cos lettuce. Drink nutrient-dense fresh juices with cucumber, celery, pineapple, oranges and apples. Get your fat source from avocados and soaked nuts and seeds.

If want to have eyes that glow, eyes that are clear and bright, if you want to feel beautiful on the inside and radiate on the outside, then you need to ensure you are clean on the inside so that this is reflected through your eyes.







How Often Do You Eat on the Medifast Diet?

I’m asked this question quite a bit. People will often do a little bit of research and learn that they will need to eat five of the Medifast meals each day as well as one of the larger “lean and green meals” (which most folks will often prepare for themselves.) They wonder what this means for their daily schedule.

Yes, in total, you’ll be eating six times per day. Although there’s no set requirements about the times of the meals that you will consume to accomplish this, many people eat every couple of hours or so. But, many people worry about this schedule before they actually attempt it. But, it’s not as hard as it sounds and there are good reasons for this. Eating often ensures that you’re not all that hungry, sustains energy and blood sugar levels, and supports your body as it goes into ketosis (or fat burning mode.) In the following article, I’ll give you an example of what I eat and when in an attempt to give you an idea of what life might be like on Medifast.

I often eat breakfast before work at about 7:30. Typically, I will have oatmeal or the eggs. If I’m in a hurry, I’ll wrap the eggs in a fat free tortilla so that I can eat them on the run. My work dictates that I’m really busy in the morning and things really don’t slow down until about 10:30. This is when I usually have my morning snack. Because the morning is my busiest time, I’ll typically have a bar because this is so convenient and fast.

Lunch is usually one of the soups and I most favor the chili. I like it because I can put it in a wrap (like the eggs) and be on my way. I take lunch at about 1:00. I often walk with coworkers a little to put a little extra calorie burning into my day. Then I don’t think about this diet again until around 3:00 when I have my afternoon snack. If I’m in a hurry, I will typically have one of the ready to drink shakes. If I have time to actually sit down and enjoy my snack, then I might chose the brownies or the pudding.

I do have access to a refrigerator and small kitchen at my job. But you can make your Medifast meals ahead of time and just take them with you if you are limited at work at school. I usually have my “lean and green meal” for dinner. I just find this to be easier as dinner is the only time of the day that I have the time to make a meal. Plus, I’m cooking for my family any way at this time. But, I feel that I need to mention that you could have your lean and green anytime that would work out to be the best for you. If I’m having a breakfast or lunch meeting for work and need to eat at a restaurant, I will sometimes switch it around so that I’m eating my main meal at those times.

So up until now, I’ve eaten four Medifast meals and my lean and green meal. This means that I only have one more to go. What I have for my night time snack (usually at around 7:00 or so) just depends on my mood. If I have a nice work out that evening, I’ll sometimes put the Medifast fruit drinks over shaved ice for a snow cone to cool me down. If I’m just watching TV and relaxing, I might just have the chips. If I know I’m not going to be home in the late evening, then sometimes I’ve have this sixth meal in the early morning.

In this case, I might have the cappuccino or latte as soon as I get up in the morning. Then I’ll proceed on with breakfast a few hours later. There’s no hard and fast rules here. Doing what works best for you is fine as long as you eat relatively regularly for fuel and eat all five of your meals plus your lean and green meal.